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Telenor and Vlado Georgiev continue with cooperation

 
March 27, 2009 – Supported by Telenor, popular songwriter Vlado Georgiev has presented a new song and a video clip, as an introduction to his new CD. The promotion marks continuation of cooperation between Telenor and Vlado Georgiev, based on recognising values in innovative, creative and quality work, as well as a joint fight against piracy.

– Supported by Telenor, popular songwriter Vlado Georgiev has presented a new song and a video clip, as an introduction to his new CD. The promotion marks continuation of cooperation between Telenor and Vlado Georgiev, based on recognising values in innovative, creative and quality work, as well as a joint fight against piracy.

“A good song takes time. We have worked long on the video clip as well, produced in Kragujevac, Venice and Belgrade. This has been a big thing and a great challenge in regard to production and I am very grateful to Telenor for having it as a partner again. I think that this is different from anything done here, and I hope that audience will recognise it as well,” says Vlado Georgiev.

Telenor subscribers are the first in Serbia who can download “Hej ti“ song and video clip from WAP portal within the “Telenor Music” and “Telenor No Limit Music” services in the course of next month. The mobile music service aims to offer to subscribers a legal source of downloading digital music contents, as well as to present new and exclusive hits before they are released on a CD.

In addition to this author’s new song, the “Telenor No Limit Music” music includes 250,000 songs from all genres, at disposal to all Telenor subscribers at a monthly subscription lower than a price of a domestic CD.

All music contents are DRM-protected, which represents another contribution of Telenor to copyright protection. The company has for two years been cooperating with the Organisation for Music Copyright Protection - SOKOJ, thus actively contributing to the fight against piracy.