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Vyre Network’s Artist Content Distribution Partnerships Are A Progressive Step For The Music Industry

Newly launched streaming platform Vyre Network positions itself to change the entertainment industry in many ways. With artists now breaking into acting, producing and being more active in front and behind the camera, the industry was overdue to progress to where music artists can participate in other forms of visual content besides the traditional music video. 

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Vyre Network is set to become the first streaming network that offers music artists content distribution deals according to their participation in Vyre Network’s original show content, live stream concerts, and artist produced content. Under Vyre’s music channels True Magazine TV, RNB Magazine TV, and MGraceland TV, Vyre will produce original shows aimed at music fans of all genres including talk shows, documentaries, original series, intimate live stream performances, podcasts, and more. Artists can retain a percentage of ad revenue from the content that they are included in depending on their participation in the production. This opens doors for artists to create more streams of revenue, and expand their artistic portfolio. Check out the 3 part series “When Day Gets Dark” by artist Law X below to get a better idea of what’s in store. 

This fall, Vyre Network launches on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire, iOS, and Android. Vyre Network is home to a global digital distribution multi-platform service that licenses, live streams and produces a vast catalog of exclusive content for streaming entertainment.  

Vyre Network represents a visually driven culture of millennials along with Generation X, Y, and Z’s expressions of the types of entertainment that we love the most. This includes original shows, feature films, short films, music videos, and exclusive live events.