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Titan Global Entertainment unveils web music entertainment portal 'Titan Tunes'

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MUMBAI: Titan Global Entertainment, Inc. has announced the release of the second generation web music entertainment portal "Titan Tunes." The "Titan Tunes" portal is the first of a series of portals that will be launched from the "Titan Universe" Entertainment Distribution Center.

The US-based, Titan Global Entertainment. Inc., is a multi-faceted entertainment company that specialises in audio and video digital distribution through its state of the art web portal -- www.TitanTunes.com.

The new website is designed to provide users with the ability to customise both look and feel, creating a personalised design and a feeling of total control over the experience. The single-page navigation design concept and fixed viewing screen keep all of the controls in the user's hands providing the simplest and most comfortable experience available in the marketplace, as per an official release. This general concept will reduce the amount of steps making the purchase process an easy, fast and secure one.

Titan Global Entertainment co-chairman & CEO Jim Pugh states, "This is another completed milestone in the company's development. The music portal will provide users a full music and music video experience. The portal is currently being loaded with content from all over the world. It will contain a complete selection of international music and music video for all ages. Individuals will be able to access music and music videos for listening, viewing, downloading as well as purchase. Also included in 'Titan Tunes' is the ability to listen live to your favorite radio station as well as delayed broadcast of syndicated radio shows."

Just like iTunes, this site will not only offer a vast selection of music and audio but will take the revolutionary next step and will also feature music video, the release further adds. Most websites that provide the option for online purchase have a system involving multiple steps. This results in more than half of the consumers (57 per cent) abandoning the shopping cart before finalizing the purchase. Titan Tunes' unique design has differentiated itself from the rest of online music stores reducing the amount of steps. The user is provided a new online buying experience which makes the purchase process an easy, fast and secure one while never leaving the Titan Tunes page.

Titan Tunes will not only sell music and video, but will also sell artists' merchandise of all types from CD/DVDs, clothing lines and other merchandising items such as T-Shirts, hats, jackets and gifts. This merchandise will be provided by Titan artists, independent artists and other licensed third party merchandisers approved by the company.

Titan has acquired music publishing licensing from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) and Broadcast Music Incorporated (BMI), for the rights to stream and sell music video and audio through the internet.

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