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7th November 2008

YANGAROO, A-Ware Software Integrate DMDS and MusicMaster

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TorontoYANGAROO Inc., the industry’s leading secure digital media distribution company, has integrated its Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS) with the MusicMaster Scheduling software produced by A-Ware Software, Inc.

As a result of this integration, the more than 2,800 MusicMaster Scheduling software users at radio stations worldwide can now import new music available through YANGAROOs DMDS directly into their music library. The new music imported from DMDS also includes the related track information.

YANGAROOs DMDS is a web-based delivery system available free to the radio industry. It replaces the physical distribution of music, allowing radio stations throughout North America to receive broadcast-quality music and promotional materials digitally and securely from independent, as well as major, record labels.

MusicMaster users will now be able to seamlessly import music and the associated metadata from DMDS directly into their scheduling system, thanks to the integration, said John Heaven, President and CEO of YANGAROO. This will save a lot of time and errors for radio users as they will not have to re-type metadata and only need to save music tracks once.

Integration with YANGAROOs DMDS further expands MusicMasters end user capabilities, explained Mark Bolke, Vice President and Chief Operation Officer of A-Ware Software, Inc. It allows our mutual customers to easily update their music libraries with new releases quickly and accurately.

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