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Radio News (more headlines) 05-20-2013

Zojak World Wide Artists To Receive Broadcast And Digital Radio Revenue Through Clear Channel Partnership

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Clear Channel Media and Entertainment, the leading media company in the country with a greater reach than any other radio or television outlet, and Zojak World Wide, a company at the forefront of digital music distribution, announced a partnership that will enable Zojak's artists to receive revenue from Clear Channel's digital and broadcast radio revenue streams.

"Zojak has built an impressive music catalog in a short time by collaborating with artists, producers and record labels, to focus on distributing its clients' music digitally"
After only five years in business, Zojak is credited with bringing the digital revolution to the Jamaican music industry. The company distributes and promotes the music of more than 750 reggae labels and their artists, and maintains the largest digital distribution catalog of Jamaican music in the world.

In March 2013, Zojak made history when dancehall star David "Mavado" Brooks became the first Caribbean artist to receive an exclusive video premiere on Billboard with his new single "Take It," featuring Karian Sang. Founded in Chicago in 2007, Zojak now has operations in Kingston, Jamaica and Miami, Florida.

"Our goal is to continue to expose our unique artists to new audiences and to expand the presence of Jamaican music everywhere," said Zoe Espitia and Aaron Mahlfeldt, co-founders of Zojak World Wide. "Radio is a valuable tool for publicizing our talent, and at Zojak, we recognize that as the music industry evolves, digital radio has become an especially crucial medium."

"Zojak has built an impressive music catalog in a short time by collaborating with artists, producers and record labels, to focus on distributing its clients' music digitally," said Bob Pittman, CEO of Clear Channel. "We are very excited to partner with a company that shares our goal of creating a sustainable business model for the future of the digital radio industry."

Clear Channel's market-based partnership with Zojak is the latest in a series of similar innovative agreements with other record labels, including: Big Machine Label Group; Glassnote Entertainment Group; DashGo; rpm entertainment; Robbins Entertainment; Naxos; and Wind-Up Records.

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