Clear Channel, Robbins Entertainment Partner to Share Digital Revenues with Artists


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New York, NY ­ Feb 13, 2013 ­ Clear Channel Media and Entertainment and indie dance/pop music label Robbins Entertainment announced an agreement that enables Robbins Entertainment's artists to share in all of Clear Channel's radio revenues. Clear Channel sees the deal as a key approach to building a sustainable Internet radio industry.

Robbins Entertainment was founded in 1996 by veteran record executive Cory Robbins. A pioneer in dance music, the company has guided the genre into the 21st century, from Afrojack's "Take Over Control" and D.H.T.'s "Listen to Your Heart" to Cascada's "Everytime We Touch" and DJ Sammy's "Heaven." Prior to founding Robbins Entertainment, Cory Robbins was president and cofounder of Profile Records, the hip-hop label that signed Run-D.M.C., Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock, and DJ Quik.

Clear Channel's agreement with Robbins Entertainment follows several other agreements reached this year, including Big Machine Label Group, Glassnote Entertainment Group, DashGo, rpm Entertainment and Naxos.




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