Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 29, 2011
Tornadic Entertainment, LLC has just launched their record label called Tornadic Records. They now offer state of the art world wide digital distribution of music content through their partner Wiggins Media Group Worldwide (WMGW). Tornadic Records now seeks music content of all genres and styles from talented and professional artists for world wide distribution.
Its partner, WMGW, has an existing catalog of CD and DVD titles that are distributed in over 60 countries, covering music from various genres such as Hip Hop, Jazz, Gospel, Pop, World, R&B, and Dance. WMGW distributes over 60 independent production companies and record labels enabling independent content owners to reach hundreds of outlets around the world with a comprehensive and unique technology platform that provides distribution and marketing services with efficiency and control via top digital, mobile, and online retailers such as iTunes, Spotify, Verizon, Amazon.com, Emusic and Rhapsody, etc. Lastly, WMGW has accounts with online video sites such as YouTube; so that artists can put their music videos online and get residual income from the views.
Tornadic Records helps give artists the tools as well as consultation to best market and sell their music content to the world. Tornadic Records stands by their artist’s side, and comes up with a plan that will best fit to help market the artist’s content. Additionally, Tornadic Records teaches artists to take advantage of all forms of social media platforms such as MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, etc. to market their material to the masses.
Unlike its competitors, Tornadic Records along with its partner do not have any fees or charges for its rendered services as they are only commissioned based and get paid when the artist gets paid. Also unlike their competitors they offer free advice and consultation to their artists to help give them the knowledge to best sell their content around the world.
David L. Ulery is CEO of Tornadic Entertainment. He has interned for Band Recordings (B&), which is a subsidiary of Doghouse Records, where he helped with promotions and advertisements for their artists. He has also worked as a co-producer on the short film Cerise where he helped raise over 6,000 dollars through crowd funding. Mr. Ulery has worked for TV shows on major networks such as MTV, TLC, Discovery, and ABC. Mr. Ulery expects to receive his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Colorado at Denver this December.
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