TORONTO, June 11 /CNW/ - YANGAROO Inc., (TSX-V: YOO, OTCBB: YOOIF) the
industry's leading secure digital media distribution company, announced that
it has extended its agreement with Universal Music Canada, the country's
leading music company, for distribution of promotional music to radio via
YANGAROO'S Digital Media Distribution System ("DMDS"). Universal Music has
been using DMDS commercially in Canada since July 2004.
"We have a long and trusted relationship with Universal Music in Canada,"
said John Heaven, President and CEO, YANGAROO Inc. "Nearly 600 Canadian radio
stations, including all chart monitored stations, rely on DMDS to receive,
review and seamlessly add new music to their broadcast playlists, making the
Canadian radio and record industry world leaders in adopting
environmentally-friendly technology for promotional music distribution."
YANGAROO's patented Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS) is a leading
secure B2B digital delivery solution for the music and advertising industries.
DMDS is a web-based delivery system that pioneers secure digital file
distribution by incorporating biometrics, high-value encryption and
watermarking. DMDS replaces the physical distribution of musical recordings
and advertising to radio, media, retailers and other authorized recipients
with more accountable, effective and far less costly digital delivery of
broadcast quality media via the Internet.
DMDS is the only system that can digitally deliver music across the U.S.,
Canada and the UK. YANGAROO has offices in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, and
London, UK. YANGAROO trades on the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) under the
symbol YOO and in the U.S. under OTCBB:YOOIF. For further information, please
contact John Heaven at 905-763-3553 or visit www.yangaroo.com.
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could cause such statements to differ materially from actual future events or
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For further information:
For further information: Matthew Caldecutt, Gina Preoteasa, Trylon SMR,
(212) 725-2295, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org; Universal Music
Canada, Tyson Parker, VP Publicity, (416) 718-4000, Tyson.email@example.com