The First Name in Digital Distribution Promo Only MPE Crushes the Competition with Over 200 Record Labels Actively Using the MPE System
ORLANDO, Fla., September 19, 2005 -- The leading digital distribution system in the United States, Promo Only MPE (www.promoonlympe.com), surpassed another groundbreaking milestone in their efforts to make digital distribution the first choice for program and music directors by announcing that there are now over 200 record labels actively using the Promo Only MPE system. Included in those labels are all of the major label groups, such as Universal Music Group, Song BMG, EMI Music and Warner Music Group. Additionally Promo Only MPE is utilized by the largest names in Christian music, including EMI: Christian Music Group, Provident Label Group, Word Label Group, Curb Records, Inpop Records and INO Records.
The Promo Only MPE System has been making giant strides forward in recent months following their exclusive partnership with Premiere Radio Networks which supplies the industry's leading tracking system, Mediabase 24/7. Mediabase now enables all users to access charted music directly through the Promo Only MPE system with a simple click of their mouse.
"The Promo Only MPE system is the most used digital distribution system in the United States," said Dean Ernst, Director of the Promo Only MPE System. "And it is number one for a reason that is becoming more and more apparent as more labels come on board: High quality files; responsive staff that are always looking to make the product better for radio directors and labels both; a flawless security system; and, our industry partnerships. All of these things add up to make Promo Only MPE the obvious choice for digital delivery."
Promo Only MPE is a highly sophisticated, secure media, digital delivery system, which locks down the distributed tracks and allows labels to specifically authorize their content to a unique user. Each song is uniquely encrypted so that only those with the Promo Only MPE software can access it. Users can have access to their account on multiple machines therefore making the system completely portable. The Promo Only MPE System utilizes uncompressed wav. files to ensure the highest quality.
Clear Channel has approved and endorsed the Promo Only MPE System in all of its stations since September of 2004. Promo Only MPE is currently in use by such radio groups as Cumulus, Infinity, Cox, Citadel, Salem Communications, Radio One, Emmis, Entercom, Sirius, Journal, ABC, DMX, Disney, Univision, Westwood One, Regent, Next Media and a number of other media groups.
Promo Only MPE is a product of Destiny Media Technologies and is exclusively marketed and distributed by Promo Only.
About Promo Only
With offices in Orlando, New York, Los Angeles, Calgary, Chicago and London, Promo Only ( www.promoonly.com ) is the world leader in subscription-based music and music video services. Promo Only offers a complete line of music on CD and music video on DVD designed to meet the needs of music professionals, business owners and retail operations. Jim Robinson and Pete Werner founded Promo Only in 1992.
About Destiny Media Technologies, Inc.
Destiny Media Technologies, Inc. ( www.dsny.com ) (OTC: DSNY) is a leader in developing easy-to-use tools for distributing media through the Internet. The company's suite of streaming and downloadable products includes: Clipstream™, Destiny Media Player™, Radio Destiny™, and MPE™. Established in 1991, the company is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.
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