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Tunefind Provides Tiered API Solutions

Tunefind, a music discovery service for TV and film, introduced four tiers of APIs to give developers and third-party sites options for their range of development needs, including those creating early versions of an entertainment-focused app or enterprises looking to access accurate, robust, and real-time data. The Starter level is for experimenters, while the higher levels are for companies that want branding control or monetization with their own affiliate accounts. The APIs allow users to add context to song lists, with descriptions of the scenes in which songs are playing, and third-party song identifications with links to iTunes and other outside platforms.

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