DMOD speeds tunes through prod’n

Cyberbiz Brief

Digital-media specialist DMOD said it had used a first-ever end-to-end digital system to create and distribute two singles and a compilation album from “American Idol” for RCA Records and eight business partners scattered around the globe in just nine days. The records were released in stores on Tuesday. The company used the Internet to move encrypted but otherwise unmodified files of the songs through production, management sign-off and duplication/distribution less than two weeks after the popular series concluded, and despite the Labor Day weekend’s usual delays.

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