“With the endowment, independent music sites will now have more opportunities to flourish and have a voice in this industry,” said Brett Chester, Director of Marketing for Kazaa.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 13, 2010
Kazaa, a leading subscription-based online music provider, today announced a special endowment to provide independent music content sites, blogs and communities with financial support, editorial assistance and technology resources for the creation of original and user generated music content.
To kick off the endowment Kazaa has initially selected over 20 up and coming music sites to support including; Electronic Music Feed, Reference Music, and 27 Miles Music . “This effort is part of Kazaa’s overall mission to ensure that music fans everywhere continue to have access to the music and content they want whenever and wherever they want it. While Kazaa continues to offer consumers state of the art music downloads and music streaming services, to truly deliver on our promise we needed to make editorial content as available. With the endowment, independent music sites will now have more opportunities to flourish and have a voice in this industry,” said Brett Chester, Director of Marketing for Kazaa.
Along with sites like M.O.G who recently launched an editorial destination called the MOG Music Network (http://www.mogmusicnetwork.com), Kazaa’s new program will help ensure continual exposure can be given to original content that is powered by fans passion for music. To learn more, prospective candidates should visit the Kazaa Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/Kazaa.
Kazaa, a subsidiary of Brilliant Digital Entertainment is a leading provider of major label, licensed music subscription services at http://www.kazaa.com. It also offers online anti-piracy solutions and customer conversion platforms through its Global File Registry (GFR) product, an industry endorsed, anti-piracy solution for the identification and removal of infringing content and replacement with licensed content through its patented Search and Replace technology.