K-LOVE Announces Amazon Music Store Partnership by Merge PR on 2014-05-20 14:27:23
19 May 2014 - Rocklin, CA - It was recently announced by K-LOVE Radio and Amazon Music that the Amazon Christian Store is now called Amazon's K-LOVE Christian Music Store. With this unique partnership, Amazon Music's K-LOVE Christian Music Store now offers K-LOVE content, top songs and album lists, items from featured artists, as well as links to the K-LOVE Facebook and Twitter social media feeds, blog feeds and more.
Additionally, for the first time ever in their music store Amazon has launched the Christian Music Subscription Mail. This free monthly email subscription offers updates on the newest Christian music releases, top songs and deals available at the store to those that have browsed or purchased within the Christian genre. In addition Amazon Music will also deliver exclusive and non-exclusive Christian streams to K-LOVE, giving their fan base of more than 16 million people early access to artist content and songs.
"We are so excited about this new and exclusive partnership with Amazon," shares David Pierce, K-LOVE's Chief Creative Officer. "Having this unique opportunity to help bring positive and encouraging music to the Amazon buyer is exciting and we are honored to be a part of this special community."
Click here to view Amazon's K-LOVE Radio Christian Music Store.
K-LOVE creates compelling media designed to inspire and encourage people to develop a meaningful relationship with Christ. K-LOVE is listener supported and delivers positive, encouraging contemporary Christian music through its 446 signals across 47 states. For more information visit: www.klove.com.
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