Posted by MediaNet Public Relations | December 20, 2012 5:02 pm | No Comments
Continuing our look at MediaNet’s Seasonal Song Charts, below is MediaNet’s 2012 Top 50 Seasonal Songs – Downloads chart. Despite being from the same source of content, the two charts reflect divergent tendencies between streaming and downloading music consumers.
MediaNet’s 2012 Top 50 Seasonal Songs – Downloads
|1||The Temptations||Silent Night|
|2||Cheech & Chong||Santa Claus And His Old Lady|
|3||Chris Brown||This Christmas|
|4||Faith Hill||Where Are You Christmas|
|5||Mariah Carey||All I Want For Christmas Is You|
|6||Kirk Franklin & The Family||Now Behold The Lamb|
|8||The Temptations||Silent Night (1980 Album Version)|
|9||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Canon Rock|
|10||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 24/24|
|11||Jeff Foxworthy||Redneck 12 Days Of Christmas|
|12||Boyz II Men||Let It Snow|
|13||The Emotions||What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas|
|14||Mariah Carey||All I Want For Christmas Is You – Extra Festive|
|15||Donny Hathaway||This Christmas|
|16||The Emotions||What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas|
|17||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Canon|
|18||Eagles||Please Come Home For Christmas (Single Version)|
|19||Kurtis Blow||Christmas Rappin’|
|20||Alabama||Christmas In Dixie|
|21||Luther Vandross||At Christmas Time|
|22||Luther Vandross||Every Year, Every Christmas|
|23||The Temptations||Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer|
|24||The Temptations||This Christmas|
|25||The Temptations||Silent Night|
|26||Boyz II Men; Brian McKnight||Let It Snow|
|27||The Temptations||Silent Night (Re-Recorded Version)|
|28||The O’Jays||Christmas Ain’t Christmas, New Years Ain’t New Years Without The One You Love|
|29||Donny Hathaway||This Christmas|
|30||Nat King Cole||The Christmas Song, “Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire”|
|31||Dolly Parton||Hard Candy Christmas|
|33||The Temptations||Silent Night (1980 Album Version)|
|34||Boyz II Men; Brian McKnight||Let It Snow|
|35||Burl Ives||A Holly Jolly Christmas|
|36||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Whoville Medley (Perfect Christmas Night/Grinch)|
|37||Alan Jackson; The Chipmunks||Santa’s Gonna Come In A Pickup Truck|
|38||Bob Seger; The Silver Bullet Band||The Little Drummer Boy|
|39||Josh Groban; Faith Hill||The First Noel|
|40||Kirk Franklin & The Family||The Night That Christ Was Born|
|41||The Temptations||This Christmas|
|42||The Temptations||Silent Night|
|43||Mariah Carey||O Holy Night|
|44||James Brown||Santa Claus Go Straight To The Ghetto|
|45||A Few Good Men||Silver Bells|
|46||Josh Groban||It Came Upon A Midnight Clear|
|47||Trans-Siberian Orchestra; Anthony Piccolo||Christmas/Sarajevo, 12/24 (Instrumental)|
|48||Trans-Siberian Orchestra||Christmas Jam|
|49||Charles Brown||Please Come Home For Christmas|
|50||Rascal Flatts||I’ll Be Home For Christmas|
Posted by MediaNet Public Relations | 4:55 pm | No Comments
As 2012 draws to a close, let’s take a look at MediaNet’s Seasonal Songs charts culled from data collected in November and December from our various partners. First up is the MediaNet Top 50 Seasonal Songs via Streaming and On Demand Radio chart.
MediaNet’s 2012 Top 50 Seasonal Songs – Streaming and On Demand Radio
|1||The Carpenters||Merry Christmas Darling|
|2||Andy Williams; Robert Mersey & His Orchestra||It’s The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year|
|3||Thurl Ravenscroft||You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch|
|4||Johnny Mathis||It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas|
|5||Bing Crosby||White Christmas (1947 Single Version)|
|6||Bing Crosby||It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas|
|7||Jackson 5||Santa Claus Is Coming To Town|
|8||Burl Ives||A Holly Jolly Christmas|
|9||Dinah Washington||Silent Night|
|10||Nat King Cole||O Holy Night|
|11||Donny Hathaway||This Christmas|
|12||Justin Bieber; Mariah Carey||All I Want For Christmas Is You (Superfestive!) Duet With Mariah Carey|
|14||Harry Simeone Chorale||The Little Drummer Boy|
|15||Boyz II Men; Brian McKnight||Let It Snow|
|16||Louis Armstrong; The Commanders||Cool Yule|
|17||Elvis Presley||Blue Christmas|
|18||Nat King Cole||The Christmas Song|
|19||Andy Williams||Happy Holiday/The Holiday Season|
|20||Johnny Mathis; Gladys Knight||It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas|
|21||Burl Ives||A Holly Jolly Christmas|
|22||Burl Ives||Silver And Gold|
|23||Faith Hill||Where Are You Christmas|
|24||Harry Simeone Chorale||The Little Drummer Boy|
|25||Norah Jones||It Came Upon A Midnight Clear|
|26||Maroon 5||Happy Christmas (War Is Over)|
|27||Frank Sinatra||The First Noel|
|28||Judy Garland||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas|
|29||Frank Sinatra||Adeste Fideles|
|30||Burl Ives||I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day|
|31||Tony Bennett||My Favorite Things|
|32||Frank Sinatra||Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas|
|33||Dean Martin||A Marshmallow World|
|34||Bing Crosby; The Andrews Sisters||Jingle Bells|
|35||Peggy Lee||It’s Christmas Time Again|
|36||Ella Fitzgerald||Hark! The Herald Angels Sing|
|37||Eagles||Please Come Home For Christmas (Single Version)|
|38||Ella Fitzgerald||Sleigh Ride|
|39||The Beach Boys||Little Saint Nick (1991 Remix)|
|40||Bing Crosby||Winter Wonderland|
|41||Bruce Springsteen||Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town|
|42||Brenda Lee||Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree|
|43||Band Aid||Do They Know It’s Christmas?|
|44||José Feliciano||Feliz Navidad|
|45||Justin Bieber; Busta Rhymes||Drummer Boy|
|46||Mariah Carey||All I Want For Christmas Is You|
|47||Louis Armstrong||Winter Wonderland|
|48||Paul McCartney||Wonderful Christmastime [Edited Version] (2011 Remaster)|
|49||Eartha Kitt||Santa Baby|
|50||Michael Bublé||It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas|
Posted by MediaNet Public Relations | July 11, 2012 9:09 pm | No Comments
When we woke up this morning we discovered that MediaNet had passed another milestone: our music catalog just surpassed 22 million songs.
That makes MediaNet the biggest B2B rights-managed collection of music tracks in the industry! And we’re adding more than 100,000 new tracks (plus the album art and meta information) to the catalog every week.
How did we get so big? MediaNet has relationships with all of the major record labels, all of the distributors and aggregators, plus 80,000+ independent labels around the world. And we manage all of the licensing rights for these tracks in USA and multiple international territories. We manage the subscriptions and payments and downloads too.
Being the biggest catalog and the best technology is all fine and good, but what this all means for our customers –- which include the hottest new music steaming apps and subscription services and download stores – is that they can focus on creating great digital music experiences while we focus on the technology infrastructure and content to make it all work.
– View MediaNet’s catalog of music tracks here: http://www.mndigital.com/catalog/
– Get the latest Music Trending Analytics here: http://www.mndigital.com/content-experience/trending.aspx
– Learn about our developer-friendly MN Open API here: http://www.mndigital.com/integration/openapi.html
Posted by MediaNet Product Team | January 11, 2012 3:32 pm | No Comments
We would like to congratulate the MediaNet Content Team on their outstanding accomplishments in 2011. With over 5 million tracks added to the catalog in 2011 we reached a global catalog of 19 million tracks and our US catalog reached 14 million tracks. This pushes MediaNet to the top with tracks from all four major labels as well as the best indie catalog available. Thank you from everyone at MediaNet and here’s to another amazing year in 2012!
Posted by MediaNet Public Relations | April 28, 2010 9:10 am | No Comments
Success in Digital Music Distribution is Expanded to Deliver Comprehensive
eBooks Digital Bookstore and Full-Featured Product Offering
NEW YORK, NY (April 28, 2010) – MediaNet, the leading service provider for the distribution of premium digital media, introduced today a comprehensive eBook catalog and product offering. The advanced MN Open platform that MediaNet has successfully built for digital music will now support the integration of eBooks using an intuitive API that has been widely adopted by more than 100 application developers, web publishers and online retailers for music offerings.
MediaNet will make available a broad catalog of eBooks including the most popular titles that are available through major physical and online book sellers. These eBooks will initially be offered in the Adobe ePub and PDF formats which are compatible with a wide variety of devices including PC, Mac, Sony Reader, Nook and new entrants such as the Plastic Logic Que, and additional formats will be introduced as needed. Currently there are applications available in the marketplace that will allow for compatibility with the “iDevices” including the iPhone and iPad, similar to the applications available for digital music.
Alan McGlade, CEO of MediaNet stated: “MediaNet has a long track record in the music business with proven success in the digital delivery of premium music content. MediaNet currently powers music metadata, streams and downloads for over one hundred digital retailers and online entertainment destinations. The integration of eBooks comes at the right time for this burgeoning industry and is a natural extension of MediaNet’s digital music roots.”
MediaNet’s eBook service will be accessed by web publishers and application developers through an API built on top of MediaNet’s enterprise class content delivery platform. MediaNet’s API provides complete control over the user experience, functionality, e-commerce and content catalog. Online retailers can rapidly implement more advanced browsing, discovery, and purchase options under their own brand. MediaNet will make available its popular suite of Web Components for the eBooks offering in the next month. With no coding required and a quick time to market, MediaNet’s Web Components allow anyone to place dynamically displayed eBook content anywhere on the Web. This offers a contextually rich experience with eBooks content presented to end users in a relevant manner when they are most interested in an author or subject and likely to transact.
New MediaNet customers can sign-up for the MN Open eBook service by going to www.mndigital.com. They will be able to incorporate a versatile and intelligent download manager to simplify the acquisition and management of eBooks for their end users. Once an eBook service is successfully launched, MediaNet customers will be given access to a sophisticated real-time reporting portal to monitor sales activity.
Alan McGlade added: “The MN Open eBook solution gives web publishers and application developers access to a new form of premium digital content that will increase user engagement and generate sales. Book publishers will see a significant broadening of eBook distribution online with a powerful new marketing platform for titles to be exposed to consumers when they are most likely to purchase them. In addition, MediaNet’s entry in the growing eBooks marketplace will spur innovation by lowering the barrier to entry for a broad range of online retailers and encouraging new ways to present eBooks and touch consumers.”
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Posted by admin | November 4, 2009 8:09 pm | No Comments
The narrative of how the CD business was unexpectedly disrupted and is ultimately being replaced by digital downloads is well established. More recently, movie, television, radio and newspaper companies have been wiggling their toes in the digital space. They will ultimately have to make a profound transition as well. But this fall and into the holiday season it is eBook and eReader retailers that are getting the headlines.
Kindle came on the scene almost two years ago and is already regarded as a modest success. While they have not sold many devices or eBooks relative to the total market size, Kindle can be given its share of the credit for introducing the idea of eBooks to consumers.
The other early player was Sony. Last month Sony expanded its eBook offering through deals with libraries and Google. You can now check out eBooks from many local libraries using a service called Library Finder and read them on a Sony Reader. In addition, Sony struck a deal with Google to gain access to an additional 500,000 eBooks.
Barnes & Noble launched a fully stocked eBook Store last month and just announced that they intend to sell an eReader as well. A number of companies will be introducing advanced devices in the coming months. Prominent among them is Plastic Logic, a technology start-up that will offer an eReader with a form factor suitable for newspapers and magazines. Expect other companies like Samsung and Apple to step up in the not-too-distant future. Finally, a variety of Apps have been developed for the PC, Mac, iPhone, Blackberry and Android phones to allow users to read eBooks on any of these devices.
Expect to see a lot of action in the eBook space in the next year. And look to MediaNet to show you how your company can participate with our eBook products that are currently being developed.
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