SOURCE: Internet Song of the Year, Inc.

October 09, 2007 16:05 ET

Internet Song of the Year Announces Partnership With Independent Music Industry Leader

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - October 9, 2007) - Internet Song of the Year, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: ISNY), a contest subscription site for the music industry and provider of the Internet Song of the Year contest, today announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with Broadjam.com, a provider of services to independent music producers.

"Broadjam has a history of working with the best possible partners in the independent music industry," said Donny Sellon, Director of Business Development for Broadjam Inc. "And while it is a new contest, this is clearly one of the best opportunities for independent artists that we have seen."

Under the agreement, Broadjam.com will host www.internetsongoftheyear.com's contest offering on Broadjam.com. All entrants will be simultaneously added to the Internetsongoftheyear.com website for voting by the Internetsongoftheyear.com audience. Different email-based promotions will be utilized for marketing to Broadjam.com's base of over 150,000 independent artists.

The winners of the Internet Song of the Year competition receive prizes of over $100,000 plus exposure to major recording studios and music publishers.

"Broadjam is the market leader in providing services to Independent Artists, and we're honored to have them as a partner," said Phil Kueber, CEO of Internet Song of the Year. "We look at forward to our mutual affiliation for years to come."

About Internet Song of the Year, Inc.

Internet Song of the Year's principal business is through the ownership, operation, and administration of the website www.internetsongoftheyear.com, a revenue generating contest subscription site for the music industry.

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