Sony BMG Signs On For Snocap

Bruno, Antony
March 2005
Billboard;3/12/2005, Vol. 117 Issue 11, p6
Trade Publication
Reports on a deal entered by Sony BMG Music Entertainment with Snocap, digital licensing and copyright management music registry and clearinghouse in the U.S. Features of an audio fingerprinting technique used by Snocap; Reason behind the decision of Sony BMG Music Entertainment to sign a deal with the company.


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