Nashville-based media company Soundstripe has inked a deal with video creation platform Waymark, which grants its access to Soundstripe’s Enterprise API. Once integrated, in addition to having the ability to make videos in minutes, Waymark users will have access to Soundstripe’s catalog of music for use in their projects.
“Waymark is a great platform that opens the video advertising door for any company big or small, and we’re excited to add simple music licensing to the mix through our Enterprise API,” said Travis Terrell, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of Soundstripe. “Whether they know it or not, every business owner is a creator, bringing new products and services into the world. They may not be video-editing geniuses, but now they don’t have to be to create quality advertising with fantastic music. That’s how we ‘Keep Creators Creating.’”
“We pride ourselves in the high quality of our product. Including easy access to top quality music with flexible music licensing as part of our platform has allowed us to meet new customer needs and do things our competitors can’t,” said Tim Killeen, General Counsel & Special Projects at Waymark. “Soundstripe music is in our video ads for small businesses to use on social media and for large enterprise customers to use on TV and everywhere in between! We look forward to continuing to expand our partnership with Soundstripe and consider that partnership a real strategic advantage.”
Nashville-based Soundstripe launched in 2016 and has issued more than 5 million licenses for tens of thousands of customers in more than 140 countries. The company provides unlimited, royalty-free music, stock video and sound effects for videos, podcasts and other media projects.
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