ONErpm

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ONErpm
Type Private
Industry Music
Founded 2010
Founders Emmanuel Zunz, Matthew Olim
Headquarters Brooklyn, United States
Area served Worldwide
Products Online Delivery (Music)
Services On-demand music distribution
Subsidiaries São Paulo
Website onerpm.com

ONErpm (ONE Revolution People's Music) is a digital distribution service and fan engagement platform founded in 2010 by Emmanuel Zunz and Matthew Olim, the latter one of the co-founders of CDNow, a pioneer in digital music which was acquired by Amazon in 2000. The company offer such services as direct-to-fan sales, distribution to multiple web outlets including iTunes, Spotify, Amazon MP3, Rdio, Google Music, Deezer, eMusic, YouTube, music sharing widgets and an app that allows artist to stream and sell music on Facebook[1][2]

According to information from the site, ONErpm charges a one time fee to register and gives 85% of sales to artists and labels in a nonexclusive deal, so the rights of artists are preserved and they also have an option to distribute content using Creative Commons licenses. The digital music distributor recently began offering a free package that includes distribution to Rdio, Grooveshark and YouTube in which artists can now receive revenue generated from advertising on the video plattform.[3]

With offices in New York and São Paulo, the company distributes music from artists like Metric, Tame Impala, and important Brazilian artists like Erasmo Carlos, BNegão, Chitãozinho & Xororó, Emicida,[4] Leoni. According to company information, the catalog has around 15,000 artists around the world and 60,000 fans registered on the site.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sell Music Globally On Facebook With ONErpm". hypebot. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 
  2. ^ "Make Room for Another Facebook Artist App: ONErpm". Digital Music News. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 
  3. ^ "Instagram, música e direitos autorais". Brainstorm9. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 
  4. ^ "Catálogo de Emicida será lançado no iTunes - Rolling Stone Brasil". Rollingstone.com.br. Retrieved 2013-02-25. 

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