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July 21, 2005

Universal Music Canada Extends Agreement With Musicrypt

ccnmatthews: Following Monday's announcement with Koch Records, Musicrypt also announced yesterday that Universal Music Canada has extended its exclusive agreement to use Musicrypt's Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS) to securely deliver broadcast quality music to radio and throughout the company. In doing so, Musicrypt is blazing a trail to eventually eliminating physical/hard copies of music in the business environment - which is part of the industry's effort to curb pre-release pirated copies...

Randy Lennox, President & CEO, Universal Music Canada, said, "In Canada, Musicrypt's DMDS has revolutionized the way record companies distribute digital files internally and to radio. The progress this company has made in the last 2 years with their patented software is remarkable".

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