BALTIMORE, MD –– Digital Science Media, a website driven to help independent artists, producers, DJs, and influencers become noticed in the ever-changing-and-evermore-difficult music industry, is formally launching nationwide after a successful growth cycle in the Baltimore area.
Started by serial entrepreneur and music enthusiast Matej Harangozo, the company represents breakout artists including Hello Sister, China Mac, the gospel record label Black Smoke Music, and many others under the hip hop industry legend Wendy Day to name a few.
Originally from Eastern Europe, Harangozo immigrated to the United States to pursue his aspirations as an innovative technologist entrepreneur, but has since followed his passion and turned his attention to the music industry. He created Open Source Entertainment, a record label and music business incubator/accelerator, and Digital Science Media, its digital marketing arm.
"As independent artists, you need to know how to increase and convert your online fanbase into real revenue, otherwise it's very difficult to support yourself,” he says. "Major labels don't like my business model. I'm disrupting the structure they've built and relied on for decades and making it easier for artists to get their fair share of the pie."
Harangozo is also currently co-owner and managing partner of Codaemon, an international e-commerce solutions provider. He also built a company “greenNEWit” from the ground up—starting with 0% credit cards to 50-plus employees and $5 million in revenue at its peak. However, he refocused his energy on a passion close to him since his high school years: the music industry.
To learn more about how you can get your digital content dispersed to the music and entertainment industry, call Digital Science Media at 443.812.6018 or email [email protected]
About Digital Science Media
Digital Science Media is the marketing arm of immigrant entrepreneur Matej Harangozo’s music business incubator/accelerator Open Source Entertainment. The company represents breakout artists including Hello Sister, China Mac, the gospel record label Black Smoke Music, and many others under the hip hop industry legend Wendy Day.