TransRegional Marketing Adds VinylRip™ by Reclaim Media to MetaRip & Anthology Server Loading Portfolio

Digital conversion of album collections now available to AV Dealers with immaculate metadata and mega-pixel cover art to maximize the media server user experience

July 22, 2008 - TransRegional Marketing, LLC (TRM) is excited to add VinylRip™ by Reclaim Media to its MetaRip CD loading service & Anthology preloaded digitized music collections for media servers and iPods.


Best known for its MetaRip service and Anthology preloaded collections - TRM has entered an exclusive partnership to market VinylRip™ by Reclaim Media to CEDIA dealers in North America. "Our mission is to offer the full spectrum of server loading options to dealers," says Nick Carter, President of TRM. "We've gotten many inquiries about encoding analog records to digital for servers, so partnering with Reclaim Media allows us to serve that need for our dealers with the highest level of service and quality."

VinylRip Pro™ is prefect for iTunes and iPods - featuring immaculate metadata, mega -pixel cover art, encoded to MP3 and backed up on DVD.

VinylRip Ultra™ is tailored to the needs of the high -end server market dual encoded to FLAC and MP3 onto a USB backup hard drive for transfer to any music server.

These turnkey services include special packaging, and 3 -way ground shipping to and from Reclaim Media. This simple flat -rate per -unit pricing model makes it easy for dealers to sell without ancillary charges cutting into profits.

"We're excited to have Nick leading the sales and marketing efforts for VinylRip™," says Ryan Purcell, Service Manager for Reclaim Media. "He's a proven sales leader with unparalleled depth in the server market. Partnering with TRM allows us to focus on delivering the best service available, while relying on Nick's marketing expertise, and proven sales ability to serve this highly specialized market."

VinylRip™ services are available to dealers now!

Learn more about VinylRip™ at www.metarip.com/vinylrip.

For Dealer pricing, contact Nick Carter at 888.233.4274, or nick@metarip.com.

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About Reclaim Media
Founded in 2002, Reclaim Media is a pioneering leader in converting analog to digital media. With nearly 200,000 records and cassettes processed for music lovers, radio stations, and municipalities - Reclaim has developed the expertise and automation to handle jobs of any magnitude.

About TransRegional Marketing (TRM):
Founded by Nick Carter in 2006, TransRegional Marketing is a leader in media server technology marketing. With over 20 -years in the AV market, Nick began his career a as a multi -award -winning CEDIA dealer, In 2001, Nick launched the audio server category as VP Sales at ReQuest, building a network of 600 dealers worldwide and establishing ReQuest as the market leader. TRM specializes in marketing media server related products and services including MetaRip CD loading, VinylRip LP conversion, and Anthology preloaded music collection to a growing network of AV professionals nationwide.

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