Amsterdam, NL/Calgary, AB (PRWEB) July 12, 2012
Tribe of Noise, a leading provider of all rights included music content and iStockphoto, today announced a collaborative effort to find and showcase talented musicians from around the globe through the launch of their summer games music competition. The purpose of this contest, which ends on July 31, is to help celebrate the tradition of the Worldwide Summer Games through creating music that embodies the spirit of competition.
The contest, powered by the Tribe of Noise platform, is looking for musicians to submit music that fits the nature of the Games through motivational pride filled lyrics or melodies. These will provide the perfect content for media buyers and media producers who may be working on Summer Games campaigns that require accompanying high quality music content.
Any artist may submit his or her music for consideration to the Tribe of Noise competition page. Winners will be cataloged in the iStockphoto database, creating revenue opportunity with over 11 million potential content buyers looking to license music for their projects. Winners will also gain exposure through other iStockphoto avenues such as promotion on the website’s landing page, newsletter features, content buyer promotion and artist profiles. The idea is that the winning content will facilitate any summer games related projects seeking sports themed music and beyond.
“Tribe of Noise’s community of emerging artists are contributing great music to the royalty free ecosystem,” said Rebecca Rockafellar, Senior Vice President of E-Commerce at Getty Images and General Manager of iStockphoto. “As part of our commitment to showcasing talented artists and music to content buyers, we could not think of a better organization to work with on a project of this nature.”
“Collaborating with iStockphoto further accelerates our growth within the music licensing industry and creates yet another opportunity for our artists to gain exposure with their music for free,” said Hessel van Oorschot, CEO of Tribe of Noise. “We are always looking for creative ways to partner with forward thinking companies such as iStockphoto to create revenue streams for artists that would otherwise be convoluted by traditional music management. Additionally we are able to ease the burden for content buyers who are seeking all rights included music for their business.”
Musicians may submit for free through Tribe of Noise: http://www.tribeofnoise.com/contest/istockphoto/. Every song that is uploaded will be listened to in full by Tribe of Noise music supervisors and winners will be announced on August 15.
Tribe of Noise’s online platform provides artists the chance to upload their music for free while also facilitating the needs of business professionals who are looking for all rights included content to round our their media projects.
About Tribe of Noise
Tribe of Noise, based in the Netherlands, connects talented musicians and composers with businesses around the world in need of high quality, all rights included, music. Today, Tribe of Noise represents over 15,000 artists from 144 countries. The ground-breaking concept is designed to connect the creativity of independent artists with media professionals who are seeking great music for their projects. Tribe of Noise eliminates the need for music publishers, labels, and management organizations, while maintaining an easy-to-use and transparent platform that allows musicians and professionals to connect directly.
iStockphoto offers easy, affordable inspiration with millions of vetted, royalty-free photos, illustrations, video, audio and Flash® files. Using the most advanced search in the business, customers download a file every second from a collection of more than ten million files for business, marketing and personal projects. iStockphoto started in 2000, pioneering the micropayment photography business model, and has become one of the most successful and profitable user-generated content sites in the world. iStockphoto is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Getty Images.