Rights administration service Rumblefish has expanded its relationship with 7digital.
The extended partnership will see Rumblefish and 7digital collectively power and provide rights clearance and royalty administration services for gaming, AR/VR, mobile apps and other audio visual uses.
Rumblefish, a division of The Harry Fox Agency is a rights management solution that spans from publisher license issuance to data management to royalty services.
Rumblefish supports all type of music distributors including video streaming, labels, gamers, AV/VR, mobile apps, background music, lyrics, tablature, karaoke, and more.
B2B end‐to‐end digital music service 7digital provides technical infrastructure and global music rights to create music streaming and radio services.
The company has launched over 200 music services globally for consumer brands, mobile carriers, broadcasters, automotive systems, record labels and retailers.
“We’re delighted to be deepening our relationship with Rumblefish and the team at HFA to negotiate the complex world of music rights on our customers’ behalf.”
Stacey Mitsopulos, 7digital
Stacey Mitsopulos, Director of Legal and Business Affairs, and Music Partnerships at 7digital said: “We’re delighted to be deepening our relationship with Rumblefish and the team at HFA to negotiate the complex world of music rights on our customers’ behalf.
“This partnership will not only help music streaming services to launch and expand quicker, it will also enable innovative models in other sectors to use licensed music in their offerings and deliver value to the music industry.”
“Our collaboration will enable more companies to thrive in the music distribution space.”
Michael Simon, The Harry Fox Agency
Michael Simon, President and CEO of The Harry Fox Agency added: “7digital has been a Rumblefish client and HFA licensee since 2012, and we’re thrilled they have chosen to extend and expand our relationship
“Our collaboration will enable more companies to thrive in the music distribution space.”Music Business Worldwide