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June 23, 2005

A Matter of Substance OmniMedia Partners With Intent MediaWorks

Press Release: A Matter of Substance OmniMedia and Intent MediaWorks have joined together to launch their "Piracy Prevention Platform" which they claim is a state of the art encryption, tracking, and distribution system built to stop the theft of music and films through the Internet. Basically, their new consumer friendly business-model promises protection and distribution for all forms of media content on the Web - encrypting music and film files while launching them into the P2P jungle attached to a sponsor-ad - essentially making the track a ‘free gift’ from advertiser to consumer.

AMOS/INTENT say that they're committed to "being the solution" to piracy of music and film so all media that they press and distribute will be protected - allowing the content to be intentionally distributed via the Internet. Being a record label and a Film/TV studio, AMOS believes that protecting an artist’s creative content in the current digital world of piracy is the most important change necessary in the industry.

Everyone in the entertainment industry has been waiting for a solution to the problem of illegally traded files and AMOS/INTENT says the solution has arrived..."The future is embracing the Internet intentionally rather than fighting it."

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the industry and the artiss needed something like this.

Posted by: great its about time... | Jun 23, 2005 1:12:49 PM

in case anyone who has been bashing amos after the past month of disbelief, the y released the NYC buzz worthy New Professionals last monday via Intent and their gorilla marketing techniques and already broke all kinds of impression records in five days... some crazy number that was more than 50 cent's massacre impressions in five days. A pretty good album too "Come Hell or High Drama" The down load speed on bearshare was instant and CD quality at better prices than Itunes by far!

So lets seek to understand AMOS rather than bash... I hear they have 10 releases before july 1 on these P2P channels and if things work out these guys are empowering us indies as opposed to working with the majors to fight what UNIVERSAL,WARNER and SONY fear.... losing the power and control of their market and industry!

Posted by: jen | Jun 24, 2005 4:26:53 PM

in case anyone who has been bashing amos after the past month of disbelief, the y released the NYC buzz worthy New Professionals last monday via Intent and their gorilla marketing techniques and already broke all kinds of impression records in five days... some crazy number that was more than 50 cent's massacre impressions in five days. A pretty good album too "Come Hell or High Drama" The down load speed on bearshare was instant and CD quality at better prices than Itunes by far!

So lets seek to understand AMOS rather than bash... I hear they have 10 releases before july 1 on these P2P channels and if things work out these guys are empowering us indies as opposed to working with the majors to fight what UNIVERSAL,WARNER and SONY fear.... losing the power and control of their market and industry!

Posted by: jen | Jun 24, 2005 4:26:53 PM

I got the New Professionals as well through the AMOS release... Karen Curious is SERIOUS.... I do not think that so many top indie bands as well as the broken piece of the major label implosion and conglomeration left behind would be flocking to AMOS unless they had something that no one else had or could provide... My cousin just submited theis work for review an Artist called SHUGAR and after one meeting with those AMOS guys and they had the eye of the tiger! They said that this is the future and they do not need to go to a major anymore and try to sell themselves to be sold... they keep all their control and amos enables and empowers them... Maybe A Matter of Substance has substance after all?

Any one else have thoughts?

Posted by: Josephine Dillard | Jun 24, 2005 4:37:16 PM

AMOS seems to have a new model - which is alot more than can be said for most of the music industry. I heard on the NYC buzz vine that they are about to start working with buzz band THE KIN - I am eager to see the results on that - i vote for AMOS.

Posted by: Frederika | Jun 27, 2005 12:09:39 AM

AMOS is the bomb

Posted by: Mark Andrely | Jun 28, 2005 2:21:27 PM

I second the kin... THE KIN are the top unsigned Intentionally Indie Rock Band in NYC. I also heard that they not only started to work with AMOS, but had the party of Last week in SOHO where they performed to promote the new Partnership..

I submited my demo this week!

Posted by: billy zero | Jun 28, 2005 4:05:13 PM

The kin is working with AMOS? Are you sure? I thought they already signed to UNIVERSAL a few weeks ago?

I would be surprised but if that is the case then perhaps there is something really going on.

I am going to get to the bottom of all this amos intent p2p stuff for myself...

Posted by: joseph peters | Jul 6, 2005 6:35:23 PM

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