Broadjam To Provide Song Management System For Warner-Chappell

May 16, 2002 12:00 PM, Editors

Broadjam ( announced that it has performed music-encoding and song-indexing services for the recently unveiled Warner Chappell Music OneStopTrax ( e-license site, a fully integrated, online music-licensing service from a major music company.

Broadjam will provide its Song Management System, a comprehensive Web-based music database and search engine, for OneStopTrax, enabling film and television music supervisors, festival and student filmmakers, and producers of industrial in-house presentations a one-stop shopping approach to music licensing. Instead of having to go to separate companies to obtain the rights to a single piece of music, the OneStopTrax site enables users to acquire both music publishing and recorded music rights instantly, including licensing and payment, in one transaction.

Available music is from a wide variety of well-known artists, from Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin, to the contemporary music of Madonna, Radiohead, Nickelback, Dido, Sheryl Crow and Smash Mouth.

"Broadjam analyzes our songs to a level of detail that is unparalled. They've been great to work with, and we believe that their services will enable us to market more efficiently to our customers," according to Steve Scott, VP of new media at Warner Chappell. "After Broadjam processes our songs, we can search by subject matter, genre, similar artist, lyrics, tempo, beats per minute and language. It's quite a unique service."

Check out the search engine and songs on the newly unveiled Warner/Chappell Website at

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