2 weeks ago our company upper management decided that we’d removed over 20,000 artist’s content off the internet. Our company and it’s affiliates markets and delivers content all across the world wide web for different corporations and individuals. We’ve done business with major corporations such as Petsmart, Enterprise, Walmart, Giant, Gap, and many more companies. As far as musicians we’ve done business with some big names in the industry including Timberland and DJ Khaled. Since 2012 we’ve promoted many musicians and companies and have served a whopping 4 billion views and streams, and that is a lot a traffic being generated by one company.
Our company has been fueling the entertainment industry recklessly say’s one of the executives in the company. Our company helped a lot of individual’s who shouldn’t have been in the music business in the first place. Many of these individuals didn’t have the proper business background or the proper music credentials for our company to even touch their content. Just Doing Our Thing Entertainment wasted precious time, money, and resources toward these individuals who didn’t really turn a profit. Many of these individuals clearly didn’t have a drive. We can’t say it’s our company because the bigger labels use our company for marketing and they love it.
This is a business decision which saves our company a lot of money and helps us focus on the artists that matter. Recently our company developed some new technology which it will unveil real soon. Our company is working towards our own streaming platform and it doesn’t make sense that we import these artist’s data. Many of these artist didn’t know that when they used certain content distributor’s they were using our platforms. Our company has been responsible for many of these platforms and have looked for ways to contact many of these artists, publishers, and content providers and many of them have not returned our calls.
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Our company won’t be removing these videos completely off the internet, we’ll just be hiding it from the general public. This helps reduce the unnecessary content on the web, because it has become saturated with people who’re generally don’t provide good content. Many of these people didn’t market their materials properly, and our former content manager put it out there. Well 1 billion views will be removed off the internet on Monday June 55, 2020. Over 20,000 artist will be affected and our company will feel relieved we cleared the internet of unnecessary content.