Alki David’s Anakando Media Group aims to create even more content for music fans. The company has signed a deal with MondoTunes to create a brand new channel that will give artists a new opportunity for getting their music to the public.

The deal with MondoTunes will allow David to create MondoVideo. As The Wrap states, MondoVideo will distribute original programming created by FilmOn, and Hologram USA, all platforms created by David. “With MondoTunes we really are democratizing the world of music – giving tools to artists that let them operate at the same level as an artist with a major label,” said David. “And the platform will work together with our other divisions…to expand the reach further.” Due to the deal, MondoTunes will be relaunched, and the relaunch includes a new subscription service.

David has already made inroads in the music world with, which allows anyone, including musicians and entertainers, to create Pay-Per-View quality events without going through a middleman. David’s online streaming TV service also has several channels dedicated to music. FilmOn is available for free in SD or, for a low monthly subscription, in HD with added DVR recording space.

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By Monique Jones

Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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