Just a heads up to anyone that’s been checking out Altavoz’s Distribution as a Service #DaaS pricing and considering it for their next release. Too late… New pricing is coming online May 12th #DaaS worked so well, that it’s now its own platform and already operational serving as a Distributors Distributor.
As Altavoz is transitioning into a pubic company, ArtistsOwned.co there’s a bit of an embargo on news. As filings with the SEC State and oversight agencies are finalized updates will start to roll out.
We’d also encourage everyone to read about the Music Act and why it’s not a campaign issue in 2016 via BuyIndieSuportLocials.org
Altavoz has had to cancel this deal due to a threat made by a group claiming to own the name. If you already submitted a request for distribution it will be honored however for all other Artists bands and labels in the DMV there’s no more deal.
However Altavoz does have a new Digital Physical Distribution Deal and it’s the best slamming deal in the music biz.
Two steps forward and one step back, is the way of the DMV and it’s why Altavoz was one of the groups behind the DMVmusicCouncil.org which was being setup after the shotting at the 2011 DMV Music Awards.
CEO,Nelson Jacobsen, will be meeting in MD Congressman’s Van Hollen’s office today October 14, to advocate for several issue that are important for the music community in general and specifically for US Made Music such as supporting the development, exporting and safeguarding of creators intellectual property. Here are the main points from the Grammy’s.
Music makers are in every district in the country, including yours. You may be one person, but you’re representing every songwriter, performer, studio professional, and member of the music industry in your community.
The current music licensing system is a patchwork of outdated rate setting systems. Congress must reform music licensing to provide fair market pay for all music creators across all platforms.
H.Con.Res.16, the “Local Radio Freedom Act,” is a harmful and misleading resolution that serves as an obstacle to real reform. Do not co-sponsor this resolution in the next Congress. (Find out if your Representative is a co-sponsor of H.Con.Res. 16 by checking here.)
PLUS The M.U.S.I.C ACT