CMJ Q&A: TuneCore's Jeff Price
Date: Saturday, April 30, 2011 @ 12:02:55 UTC

A Christian hip-hop act, a moderately offensive comedian and a pair of androgynous goth kids singing about sexting - these are some of the artists who are selling hundreds of thousands of records and turning a profit. You might not find these bands in your local struggling record store, but you will find them in digital stores like iTunes. And they are there because of TuneCore, the digital music distributor co-founded in 2006 by Jeff Price. TuneCore, with a current staff of 36, now has 600,000 user accounts. These artists have sold more than 300 million streams and downloads through digital outlets and made more than $130 million since the company's founding. Complete Article

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