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China Music Group is Formed as a Division of China Media Ventures

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CRC Jianian and DMX Inc Announce Exclusive Music Programming Partnership

July 31, 2009

MIDEM 2008

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Ministry of Culture Letter to CRC Jianian

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CRC Jianian Midem 07 Cocktail Party

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Kobalt Administers CRC Jianian Catalog

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Billboard - February 1, 2003

China and AIM Group Agreement

Variety - December 21, 2003

Shanghai Jazz Festival

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Attorney Is Singing China's Song

Hollywood Reporter - December 20, 2002

China State Label

Hollywood Reporter - November 14, 2002

AIM Group Signs with China Record Corporation

November 12, 2002


July 31, 2009

DMX and CRC JIANIAN have entered into an exclusive agreement for DMX programming to feature the music catalog of the China Record Corporation, which will help accentuate the current “World” music programs that DMX delivers to retail, hospitality, and restaurant clients throughout North America. The catalog is so vast that DMX has created a dedicated channel to exclusively feature the traditional music of China. This programming will allow DMX’ subscribers to access the best and most exclusive selection of Chinese music today.

"Incorporating forward thinking strategies is an essential function in terms of modernizing this historic catalog," said Tobias J. Record, Executive Director of CRC Jianian. "DMX has an unparalleled record of success and, coupled with their total sensory experience, helps CRC form cultural bridges between East & West while exponentially creating licensing opportunities across multiple platforms."