Songtradr recently announced they acquired music technology and data company Tunefind. Tunefind will work to source song data directly from experts to select music that will be featured in TV shows, movies, and video games. It will also provide API data services under contract to Songtradr.
“Tunefind is a key trusted industry resource for music use across all major entertainment formats. The depth of its database and coverage are unparalleled,” said Paul Wiltshire, the CEO of Songtradr. “As we continue our ambition to develop the best tools for B2B music discovery, Tunefind’s encyclopedia of music used in TV, film, and gaming has considerable unrealized value, and equally our extensive data from advertising music use will expand the Tunefind offering.”
Songtradr is the world’s largest business-to-business music licensing marketplace. They provide tech-enabled solutions for rights management and monetization for musicians and creators.
Tunefind is the world’s most comprehensive source of music information in TV, movies, and video games. The organization serves more than 30 million unique users each year.
(All information was provided by PR Newswire)