Songtradr, a Los Angeles, CA-based B2B music licensing marketplace, acquired Tunefind, a San Francisco, CA-based music technology and data company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Led by Amanda Byers, Managing Director, Tunefind is a comprehensive database and online source of information for music in television, film and video games. The company also provides API data services under contract to clients such as Plex, Chartmetric, and other key music industry partners. In addition, the platform powers the Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter TV Music Chart. Along with an active community of millions of monthly users, Tunefind partners with over 250 leading Music Supervisors to source song data directly from the experts responsible for selecting the music to be featured in TV shows, movies, and video games.
This is the second music data venture Songtradr has completed after investing into Jaxsta Limited in September 2020. Songtradr and Jaxsta recently completed their first integration providing Jaxsta users access to claim Neighboring Rights via jaxsta.com, a large music credits database.
Led by Paul Wiltshire, CEO, Songtradr is a B2B music licensing marketplace, providing music creators and rights owners with a complete tech-enabled solution for rights management and monetization while providing B2B music users such as brands, advertisers, filmmakers, SVOD and broadcast networks, gaming, streaming and social media platforms with highly-efficient, AI guided access to music.