Audiam, the YouTube tracker and monetization tool launched by the co-founders of TuneCore, has expanded its service to audit, administer and license interactive streaming, scan & match locker and other digital music services including Spotify, Google Play and iTunes Match (full list below).
Audiam finds and cross references all necessary music meta-data required by music services to identify and administer all earned and un-allocated royalties regardless of origin, format or country.
“The trick to finding and collecting money in the new digital music industry is matching metadata points, database architecture and copyright law," says Jeff Price CEO/Founder of Audiam. "The existing mess of missing and bad data has misallocated or stopped the payment of hundreds of millions of dollars owed to music publishers and artists. By fixing this problem, we are able to find, unlock and administer huge amounts of money our customers would otherwise not have gotten, all while removing liability for the new music services.”
Audiam was founded and is led by TuneCore founders Price, Peter Wells and former TuneCore CTO David Willen.
A list of additional music services covered by Audiam's expansion:
Sony Music Unlimited
Scan & Match
Google Scan & Match
Amazon Scan & Match
Apple Scan & Match
Muve Music (aka Cricket)