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FREEPLAY OFFERS FREE MUSIC AND NETWORK SYNCHRONIZATION

September 15, 2004
FREEPLAY OFFERS FREE MUSIC AND NETWORK SYNCHRONIZATION LA CRESCENTA, CA - Freeplay (www.freeplaymusic.com) recently introduced its first product, the Freeplay Music Library, a comprehensive collection of high end broadcast production music spanning all the popular musical genres.

The company currently offers 570 tracks that can be downloaded via the Web, or can be purchased on CD. Freeplay offers free network synchronization to all BMI/ASCAP & SESAC, national network content broadcasts in exchange for music cue sheet compliance. Other commercial uses of Freeplay, are usually subject to fees and must be negotiated in advance.

The company's technology approach for reporting broadcast performances helps track time, date and duration of broadcast performances, giving composers represented in its Freeplay Music catalogue accuracy in music detection that is more current that today's manual cue sheet reporting methods.

Freeplay recently logged over 1,000 network broadcast performances of Freeplay Music during 1,400 hours of Olympic broadcasts. The company is continuing to solicit composers and publishers who would like to have their music distributed and tracked using its business model.


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