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Writers can use the information we publish about the releases as a starting point for their write-ups. This is information provided to us by the artists or their representatives.

Who should register?

We gladly process submissions from known  (reliable) sources. As a news source for journalists / writers, we need to know exactly who our sources are and understand how they are getting their information. Also, in case we have questions, we want to be able to reach our sources. This is why we ask potential sources to register with us (e.g. artists, managers, agents, labels, and publishers).

When your registration is accepted, your name and email address will be added to the list of registered users in our service desk system (click here for the relevant privacy policy). 

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This service is currently in 'public beta'. The service is provided for free during the public beta phase. Once we are out of Public Beta, we expect there will be a small fee to help cover our operational costs (subscription & pay-as-you-go model).

The road map:

  1. Create traffic and monitor how many journalists are using this service.
  2. Get this publication added to Google News. Google News has over 280 million subscribers and is used by journalists to monitor news topics!
  3. Every 6 months we decide if is time is right to end 'public beta' and switch to a subscription model or pay-as-you-go model. That is also when we will initiate a survey to help us decide on a fair pricing model. We believe that our efforts are serving a greater good, but we also need to cover our operational costs. 

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