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| October 26, 2016

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MobiMedia Partners with Sony Music to launch new digital music services in Bangladesh

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Mobimedia, a mobile content and tech company have inked a partnership with the leading Record Label Sony Music to offer international music content to consumers in Bangladesh. The music streaming service, MJAMS will be launching soon in Bangladesh after its highly successful launch in South East Asia. MJAMS will focus on both local and international music.

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Mobimedia International Pvt Ltd is a global content and platform solutions provider for the telecommunication and consumer industry operating in over 25 countries with offices in Australia, Singapore, Pacific Islands, Cambodia, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Uganda, and Bolivia. With platforms to provide whole music solutions, social Apps, games, movies, videos, health and information services, Mobimedia is well positioned to bring world-class entertainment and consumer engagement to Bangladesh.

Through Mobimedia and MJAMS, consumers in Bangladesh can experience a seamless and sophisticated music streaming service on the web and mobile application with access to millions of songs from Sony Music library and Warner Music. For digital businesses, Mobimedia will offer a wide array of services and assets such as music streaming, artist images, music videos, full track downloads, ring back tones and much more.Shridhar Subramaniam (President of India and Middle East) from Sony music commented ‘’


Bangladesh is an exciting market that is at the cusp of growth. We are excited to be partnering with a strong and proven partner like MJAMS who is launching a world class service that will set new benchmarks in the market.

Cameron Jackson (Regional Chief Operating Officer) from Mobimedia said, ‘We are bringing one-stop licensing solution for businesses and consumers. Businesses can now use the power of international music in their digital communication platforms. Telecommunication services will also be able to utilize our licensed content for the Bangladesh market. Consumers will also be able to access international music through music platforms like MJAMS and purchase content through the MJAMS music storefront.’

MJAMS have been successfully launched in South East Asia soon to be followed by Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Pacific and now Bangladesh. Apart from international music, MJAMS will also focus on developing and promoting local music and musicians through the innovative MJAMS Studio platform.

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