Front Row Networks Inks International Branding & Distribution Deal with Mark Blundell Partners

By Community | January 18, 2013

Front Row Networks, search Inc. a Los Angeles-based concert production and distribution company, ed announced that it has entered into a deal with UK based, pills Mark Blundell Partners Ltd.

The deal sees Mark Blundell Partners (MBP) working with Front Row Networks to identify and deliver content sponsorship opportunities, live event marketing and distribution deals for a range of high profile music content from leading international artists.

MBP will focus on international market opportunities across digital platforms and live environments and to take advantage of the growing opportunities and interests in 2D and the emerging 3D content, for a range of live music rights from major artists, back catalogue and future live events.

“Our network of broadcast and digital distribution partners coupled with our long-established, talent marketing capabilities, positions us extremely well to take advantage of the growing demand for live music content in the 2D and emerging 3D space. We also look forward to working with Front Row Networks to build a strong brand and consumer following for live 3D music events,” stated Mark Blundell, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of MBP.

“The experience of the executive team at MBP with regards to sports branding and brand management will enhance the value of our upcoming projects by positioning Front Row Networks’ product with instantly recognizable global brands. These brand associations will help position Front Row Networks at the forefront of the new 3D media revolution” said Eric Mitchell, President of Writers’ Group Film Corp.

The current worldwide phenomenon surrounding 3D, combined with the strong-performing live concert business, presents a unique opportunity for Front Row Networks to provide an inexpensive, state-of-the-art, live 3D concert experience to anyone, anywhere in the world.

Front Row Networks is a live concert production and distribution company which produces live concerts in 3D for initial digital broadcast into movie theaters in North America. Following their theatrical run, the films are then licensed to US and international broadcasters, pay channels, PPV markets, DVD and Blu-Ray distributors, and sold on the internet as downloads.