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Mint Records Gets to Steppin' with New Online Service

 

By: Spacelab Research Staff


Vancouver-based Mint Records, home to artists like Neko Case, The New Pornographers, and The Awkward Stage, have made the leap to selling music online with a new deal with Rightsflow. Now you'll be able to buy Mint Records tracks through iTunes, eMusic, and AmazonMP3 according to a report by Alexandra Osorio at Digital Music News.



"Rightsflow will provide Mint with infrastructure for both mechanical and DPD (digital phonorecord delivery) licensing for downloads, according to details shared this week.  Specifically, Rightsflow is being utilized to handle payments to publishers within the United States, from sales through the iTunes Store, eMusic, AmazonMP3, and other download destinations," reads the report.



Rightsflow provides licensing and royalty solutions for online music retailers and recording labels.


 

Tags: Mint Records, Rightslflow, iTunes, eMusic, AmazonMP3

 
 
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