The founders of Random Media, an integrated media and entertainment company, will be presenting at the upcoming Reggae Music and Technology Expo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida taking place on September 10 and 11. David and Robert Mullings, Jamaican-born brothers, own and operate Random Media. In July 2008, through its Realvibez brand, it became one of the first Caribbean-oriented companies able to earn revenue from content placed on the YouTube, opening digital revenue channels for content owners.
Random Media also recently signed an agreement with LMH Publishing, the leading general book publisher in the Caribbean, to make titles available in Amazon’s Kindle store and Apple’s new iBooks store that allows owners of iPads, iPhones and iPod Touches to purchase electronic books. One of the first titles that will be digitally published is Marley and Me by Don Crawford.
The company is now pursuing content deals for YouTube’s new Rentals program and has already inked a deal with Frame By Frame Productions for the recently released DVD of Michael Manley’s last video interview.
“I previously presented at UWI in Jamaica on the topic of online marketing opportunities for Reggae music and look forward to exposing attendees to the myriad of opportunities that exist” said David Mullings, President and CEO of Random Media.
Robert Mullings, COO of Random Media, added, “It is always a privilege to educate people about opportunities but we really look forward to helping Reggae music and the individuals in the industry generate more money from their hard work”