British radio stations can now check their e-mail in box for the latest music releases.
DMDS is a digital file transfer system that allows record labels, publishers and artists to securely deliver broadcast-quality music tracks and related promotional materials directly to radio stations, television broadcasters, the press and others.
“In this digital age, it has frustrated me for some time that there seemed not to be an acceptable, workable, secure music radio digital delivery system,” said Steve Tandy, managing director of Intermedia Regional Promotions. “Intermedia has strongly supported attempts in the past to achieve such a system that would be adopted and embraced by key music people within radio, instead of the antiquated CD-in-a-envelope approach we have all been using for years.”
Yangaroo combines BioPassword biometric technology to ensure that DMDS-delivered files remain secure. The files are broadcast-quality 16-bit WAV watermarked files.