Play MPE Readies Launch in Australia
Vancouver, BC, Dec 5, 2007 - Destiny Media and Sydney-based Shooting Star Picture Company will be representing the Clipstream and MPE product lines in Australia and New Zealand.
The addition of Play MPE to Shooting Star's digital delivery service, D-Star will enable radio stations and media partners across Australia and New Zealand to simultaneously access a growing database of secure, instantly downloadable music. D-Star is currently used for the digital delivery of broadcast video assets.
In regular use by over a thousand labels since launching in October 2004, Destiny announced an intent in April to make Play MPE a global standard, with an initial expansion of the service into Canada. Since then, testing of the system has begun in Europe and Asia.
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