INTRODUCING CÜR MUSIC
Start with a library of over 10 million tracks as a blend of internet radio and on-demand streaming. Add a super cool interface with a universe of sharing, curating and social tools built in. And you can try it for Free!
WHO WE ARE
We threw 10 million songs in a tank with a giant octopus — and the result was CÜR Music.
CÜR Music, a division of CÜR Media, Inc., is led by Tom Brophy, digital media entrepreneur. Other members of the CÜR Crew have spent time at RCA Records, Nokia, SiriusXM, NBA, Deutsche Bank, Harman Kardon, BET, and Sony — and now, we’ve banded together to create something new for you.
CÜR plans to be the premiere social music app for today’s music & social media lover combining music streaming with a new level of social sharing.
With CÜR, you can share songs with photos or personal video messages, curate your own streaming radio station, and customize your music experience!
We're launching soon.
- Home http://ir.curmusic.com/
- Investor Page http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/CURM/profile
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CÜR Media, Inc. is developing a new streaming music experience that intersects Pandora and Spotify for listening on the web and mobile devices.
Headquartered in South Glastonbury, Connecticut, ?CÜR Media, Inc. is the parent company of CÜR, a social music streaming app geared for today’s listener. Scheduled to launch in the Fall of 2015, CÜR is led by Tom Brophy, a successful digital media entrepreneur, Bob Jamieson (former Chairman/CEO of RCA Records) and Sanjan Dhody (Managing Director and Client Advisor at Deutsche Bank Alex Brown, Inc.?).
CÜR Music began testing in early 2012 as Raditaz, a DMCA compliant Internet radio product, and has developed iPhone and Android applications that in beta had over 150,000 monthly unique users. The Company plans to launch its enhanced product offering later this year with a multi-million dollar marketing campaign.
The market for streaming music access is massive. The $6.7B US recorded music market is shifting from CDs and downloads to streaming music (access models). 275 million people over the age of 6 still listen to the radio and spend 15 hours per week listening, and more than 120 million people use some form of Internet radio in the US every month.