Digital Distribution

IHow does it work? Package 1

Time Zone is a record label and now has streamlined and affordable solution for artists and labels to release music into major digital retailers including; iTunes, Rhapsody, AmazonMP3, Emusic, Napster, Spotify, MediaNet & all of their respective international stores such as iTunes Europe, Amazon UK, and 350 domestic and international digial retailer. Time zone provides monthly accounting and royalty payouts, along with world class artist & label support. And with the tools we have available for linking social networking into the retailers, Time zonet makes it easy for consumers to find and purchase your music online.

Submit album information - Tell us your album title, song and track listing, etc.

You can send us your music plus your artwork where we will convert them into many different formats, as each download retailer has different formatting standards. We handle all of this on our end. All you have to do is upload your music one time and we do the rest.

Once your music starts showing up on the various retail sites, this is what will happen:
People buy your music - Hopefully your loyal fans and possibly new ones will be purchasing your music.
Retailers send payment - Your royalties will appear in your SongCast account on the 20th of every month. You will have the ability to withdraw your earnings at anytime electronically through the PayPal service.
Retailers send sales data - Along with your money, the retailers will send us sales data and a breakdown of how your music is selling. This will include detailed info...song by song and store by store. You will be able to access this information directly from your SongCast account.

$99.00 for submission
and 50% to you
different type of promotion packages availabe through this channel
contact us.

Package 2

Time zone has a affiliate program through songcast.

What is SongCast?
SongCast is a streamlined and affordable solution for artists and labels to release music into major digital retailers including; iTunes, Rhapsody, AmazonMP3, Emusic, Napster, Spotify, MediaNet & all of their respective international stores such as iTunes Europe, Amazon UK, as well as many others. SongCast provides monthly accounting and royalty payouts, along with world class artist & label support. And with the tools we have available for linking social networking into the retailers, SongCast makes it easy for consumers to find and purchase your music online.

How does it work?
First, you will need to create your SongCast account.
Once you have an account you will:
Submit album information - Tell us your album title, song and track listing, etc.
Upload your album cover - Each download retailer wants to display your album cover on their sites. Your album cover must be at least 600 x 600 pixels in dimension and in RGB Color Mode. The accepted file types are JPG, GIF and PNG.
Upload your music - You will upload all of the songs for your album onto our secure servers, where we will convert them into many different formats, as each download retailer has different formatting standards. We handle all of this on our end. All you have to do is upload your music one time and we do the rest.
I've submitted my album now what?
Now we are hard at work getting your music out to the download retailers. Once your music starts showing up on the various retail sites, this is what will happen:
People buy your music - Hopefully your loyal fans and possibly new ones will be purchasing your music.
Retailers send payment - Your royalties will appear in your SongCast account on the 20th of every month. You will have the ability to withdraw your earnings at anytime electronically through the PayPal service.
Retailers send sales data - Along with your money, the retailers will send us sales data and a breakdown of how your music is selling. This will include detailed info...song by song and store by store. You will be able to access this information directly from your SongCast account.

Please clike to link below for more info and sign up.

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