Digital Distribution Netherlands
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|Digital Distribution Netherlands|
|Country of origin||Netherlands|
|Official website||Official website|
DDN started as a Amsterdam based music production company under the name Curves Music, composing music for content creators using freelance music producers. In its first year of business, the company branched a new distribution division under a new name, Digital Distribution Netherlands. In 2013, DDN dissolved the music production activities from its core business, while shifting its focus to ghost distribution. In 2013, the company took on a large number of record label accounts, releasing a wide catalogue of tracks and albums in that same year.
In 2015, the company started a division that specializes in managing the distribution of royalties for songs unrightfully used on digital services such as YouTube, using a database of song recordings and metadata for identification.
To date (2017), more than 8,000 releases have been administrated by DDN.
DDN has distribution deals with the following services:
- Dance All Day
- Deutsche Telekom AG (DTAG)
- Digitally Imported
- Feel Music / Musicaroma
- Google Play
- iTunes / Apple Music
- Juno Records Limited
- Millward Brown
- Muve Music
- Nokia Corporation
- Trackitdown.net / Beat.tv
- Xbox Music
- YouTube / YouTube Red
- "Digital Distribution Netherlands Releases & Artists on Beatport". www.beatport.com.
- (in English) Official website