Jeremie Varengo Quits Universal Music and Creates His Own Digital Distribution Company

Jeremie Varengo quits Universal Music and will focus on JTV Digital, his own digital music company.

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(PRWEB) October 17, 2013

After more than 7 years at Universal Music, working with the biggest digital music retailers and companies for delivering new content and services to consumers, Jeremie Varengo decided to quit for moving to new challenges.

Among other things, he will be focusing on his own digital music company, JTV Digital.

The “B2C” side of the service is accessible here on http://www.jtvdigital.com.

This is a digital music distribution service with very reasonable upfront fees for the indie artists and labels, a fair pay-out rate of 90% royalties and 24/7 customer support.

The aim is to offer an upper-class service compared to similar providers that exist on the market, by adding lots of features and options such as ‘Mastered for iTunes’, YouTube monetization, iTunes ringtones, etc.

Thanks to various partnerships and supported by a flexible setup, JTV Digital can also deliver digital marketing and promotion (with Dotted Music), radio plugging service, websites, publishing rights administration or music production.

Whether you are an artist, a label or a content owner, JTV Digital can build the solution you’re looking at.

Please contact:
contact(at)jtvdigital(dot)com for further details or business inquiries.


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