Valleyarm

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Valleyarm
IndustryDigital Distribution
Founded2009
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
Websitevalleyarm.com

Valleyarm is a digital content distribution company that was founded in 2009. Initially the company focused on digital music delivery, working primarily with independent artists and record labels to distribute content to music streaming and download stores globally. Artists and labels have included Gotye, Silverchair, Missy Higgins, Devo, Shock Records, and Eleven Music.

In 2012 Valleyarm extended its services to include YouTube channel management and optimisation services for content owners and creators. Current clients include Turner Broadcasting, Beyond International, Southern Cross Austereo, and Moshcam.

Valleyarm have offices in Melbourne and Sydney Australia.

History[edit]

Valleyarm was founded in 2009 by a group of music industry execs as a digital music distribution platform. On July 8, 2010, Valleyarm acquired Brisbane based competitor Musicadium.

In 2012 Valleyarm were presented an iAward for New Media and Entertainment recognising the companies pioneering method of content delivery.[1]

By 2012 Valleyarm had broadened their services to include YouTube channel management, and were invited by Google to become a Multi-Channel Network (MCN) partner. By 2014 Google considered Valleyarm the largest MCN in the APAC region. Their network includes over 160 channels of content owners and creators that generates over 300 million views and 1.5 billion minutes watched per month.

In 2016 former BMG, Warner Music Australia and ARIA exec Ed St John joined the board of directors.[2] And in 2017 former Warner Music Australia, and Murdoch Books exec Mark Ashbridge joined as Managing Director.

Current Artists & Labels[edit]

Below are a list of selected artists and labels currently with Valleyarm:

Current YouTube Clients[edit]

Below are a list of selected content owners and creators currently with Valleyarm:

References[edit]

  1. ^ ICTCareer. "iAwards honour industry's top performers - ICTCareer". www.ictcareer.com.au. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  2. ^ "Former ARIA, BMG and Warner exec Ed St John joins Valleyarm Digital board - Music Business Worldwide". Music Business Worldwide. 2016-08-03. Retrieved 2018-07-10.