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Adaptr Inks Deal with Songtrust

Feed Media Group announced that it has signed a music licensing deal with music publisher Songtrust to begin sharing songs in its catalog with Adaptr, Feed’s subscription-based platform that makes it easy for startups to use music.

The deal is expected to unlock access to Songtrust’s enormous catalog of more than 3 million songs.

Adaptr has the largest pre-cleared music catalog for growth stage businesses in the U.S. Under the terms of the new agreement, songs for which Songtrust administers publishing can now be made available via Adaptr.

“As one of the most respected music publishers in the world, Songtrust works with thousands of independent songwriters whose music will be a perfect fit for the kind of technology companies we work with at Adatpr,” said Bryn Boughton, VP of Music for Feed Media Group. “This deal represents a giant step forward in building a library of music that early stage startups can have easy access to.”

“Songtrust’s commitment to representing our clients in as many opportunities to monetize and collect the royalties they are owed is a perfect match for the opportunity Adaptr presents,” said Molly Neumann, President of Songtrust. “We’re very excited to be working together.”

Ms. Neuman was recently featured in Feed Media Group’s podcast Voices Behind The Music which can be listened to HERE.

Adaptr has previously announced licensing deals with other record labels, distributors, and publishers around the world. Adaptr is brought to you by Feed Media Group, a pioneer in connecting music rights holders and tech innovators. Its initial offering Feed.FM is a B2B platform that helps brands leverage music to connect with their customers.

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