On Demand Distribution


On Demand Distribution

On Demand Distribution (OD2) est une société spécialisée dans la distribution numérique de musique en ligne. OD2 est le leader européen de ce secteur.

OD2 est la propriété de Loudeye.

OD2 est en quelque sorte un intermédiaire entre artistes et labels, d'une part, et magasins en ligne, d'autre part.

OD2 fournit un solution complète : encodage des morceaux originaux, promotion des ventes avant ou après la sortie, distribution, gestion des revenus, licences et redevances ("royalties") et construction de la base de données consommateurs.

En 2005, en France, OD2 assure la gestion des magasins de musique en ligne de Alapage.com, MSN, MTV, NC Numéricable, Tiscali, Wanadoo, Packard Bell, M6 et Cora.

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