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Genie Music
Genie Music
(Hangul: 지니뮤직), a subsidiary of KT Corporation, is a South Korean company that specializes in the production and distribution of music content.

Contents

1 History 2 Assets 3 Distribution Network

3.1 Present

3.1.1 Domestic

3.2 Former

3.2.1 Domestic 3.2.2 Foreign

4 References 5 External links

History[edit] The company's history can be traced from the music contents division of Blue Cord Technology, established in 1991. The same division then owned Muz (now Olleh Music), one of the major music portals in the country. The division was also strengthened by the acquisition of Doremi Media (one of South Korea's well-known music publishers) in 2000. In 2007, Blue Cord was acquired by KT Freetel, and upon merging with the former, made the music division a separate company named KTF Music. In 2009, the company was renamed as KT Music due to the merger of KTF
KTF
and its parent KT Corporation. It acquired KMP Holdings in 2012.[5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12] Following the investment of LG Uplus, the company changed its name to Genie Music
Genie Music
on March 2017.[2][13] Assets[edit]

Genie (online music service) Shop&Genie (music service for stores and other businesses)

Distribution Network[edit] Present[edit] Domestic[edit]

YG Entertainment Star Empire Entertainment Baljunso (2014–present) The Music Works (2016–present) Astory Entertainment (2017–present) MillionMarket (2018–present; also with LOEN Entertainment)

Former[edit] Domestic[edit]

Happy Face Entertainment
Happy Face Entertainment
(2009–2011) J. Tune Camp (defunct) JYP Entertainment
JYP Entertainment
(until 2018; now with IRIVER) Lion Media MBK Entertainment (2013–2014; now with Interpark Music) NH Media S.M. Entertainment
S.M. Entertainment
(until 2018; now with IRIVER) Stardom Entertainment
Stardom Entertainment
(defunct) Starkim Entertainment YMC Entertainment

Foreign[edit]

Avex Group
Avex Group
(until 2018; now with IRIVER)

References[edit]

^ Genie Music
Genie Music
appoints Kim Hoon-bae as new CEO (Park Soo-hyeong, ZDNet Korea, 2017-6-23) ^ a b LG Uplus
LG Uplus
invests in KT Music... "Strengthening the competitiveness of music platform" (Shin Min-kwan, The Chosun Ilbo, 2017-3-15) ^ Seven companies - including SM, YG, JYP - become KT Music stakeholders (Cho Seung-hoon, Gaon Music Chart, 2014-1-24) ^ KT Music CB conversion completed: SM, YG, JYP are major shareholders (Park Won-ik, The Chosun Ilbo, 2014-1-23) ^ KT Music History ^ Blue Cord Technology History ^ Doremi Media History ^ KTF
KTF
acquires Blue Cord (Nam Seung-bong, Ulsan Daily Newspaper, 2007-11-14) ^ Blue Cord changes name to KTF
KTF
Music (Lee Soo-eun, NextDaily, 2008-3-28) ^ Blue Cord renames as KTF
KTF
Music (Dorothy H.W. Sim, DigitalTimes, 2008-3-28) ^ KT acquires KMP Holdings "for music competitiveness" (Jung Yoon-hee, ZDNet Korea, 2012-11-2) ^ Effects of KT Music's acquisition of KMP Holdings on the "Big Three" (Choi Jung-soo, The Asia Economy Daily, 2013-3-8) ^ Song Su-hyun (March 15, 2017). "KT, LG Uplus
LG Uplus
join hands on home IoT, AI services". The Korea Herald. Retrieved January 31, 2018. 

External links[edit]

Official website (in Korean)

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kt

Communication

KT CS KT IS KT Linkus KT M&S KT Powertel KT Sat KT Submarine KT WiBro Infrastructure

IT

Initech KT DS KT ENS KT-SB Data Service KT Softnics NexR

Media and Contents

Enswers, Inc. Genie Music KTH KT InnoEdu KT Media Hub KT OIC KT SkyLife USTREAM Korea (JV with Ustream
Ustream
Inc.)

Convergence

BC Card Best Partners Centios (JV with Cisco Systems) H&C Network KT Capital KT Commerce KT Estate KT MHows KT TeleCop Nasmedia Smartro VP

Sports

Busan KT Sonicboom KT Golf Team KT Hockey Team KT Rolster KT Shooting Team KT Wiz

Former Affiliates

KT Cloudware (acquired by KT DS) Dacom (acquired by LG) KTF
KTF
(defunct) KT FDS (acquired by Tongyang Group) KT Rental (acquired by Lotte) KT Tech
KT Tech
(defunct) Korea Mobile Telecommunications (acquired by SK Group) Sidus (acquired by Locus Corp.)

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K-pop

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Terminology

Cultural technology Fan rice Idols K-pop
K-pop
fans Sasaeng fan Slave contract Virtual concert

Artists

Individual artists Idol groups

Events

List of K-Pop concerts held outside Asia KCON K-pop
K-pop
Cover Dance Festival K-Pop World Festival

Websites

Allkpop Billboard K-Town

Timeline

Eat Your Kimchi Soompi Koreaboo

Music shows

Inkigayo (SBS) M Countdown
M Countdown
(Mnet) Music Bank (KBS2) Music on Top
Music on Top
(JTBC) Pops in Seoul
Seoul
(Arirang TV) Show Champion
Show Champion
(MBC Music) Show! Music Core
Show! Music Core
(MBC) The Show (SBS MTV) Simply K-Pop
Simply K-Pop
(Arirang TV)

Music charts

List of K-pop
K-pop
on the Billboard charts

Albums Songs

Gaon Music Chart

albums singles

Billboard K-pop
K-pop
Hot 100

Notable labels and publishers

Agencies

B2M Entertainment Big Hit Entertainment Blossom Entertainment CJ E&M DigitalMusic

AOMG Hi-Lite Records 1877 Entertainment MMO Entertainment The Music Works

Coridel Entertainment Cube Entertainment DSP Media FNC Entertainment Fantagio Happy Face Entertainment Imagine Asia

Blue Star Entertainment Dream Tea Entertainment YMC Entertainment

Jellyfish Entertainment JYP Entertainment kakao M

Plan A Entertainment Starship Entertainment

MBK Entertainment Music&NEW Pledis Entertainment S.M. Entertainment

Mystic Entertainment

Signal Entertainment Group

NH Media

TS Entertainment Woollim Entertainment YG Entertainment

Publishers

CJ E&M DigitalMusic Genie Music iMBC Interpark Music IRIVER kakao M Music&NEW NHN Bugs Pony Canyon
Pony Canyon
Korea SBS Contents Hub SK Communications Sony Music
Sony Music
Korea Soribada Universal Music Korea Warner Music Korea

Music award shows

Major

Asia Artist Awards Asia Song Festival Gaon Chart Music Awards Golden Disc Awards KBS Gayo Daechukje Korean Music Awards MBC Gayo Daejejeon Mnet 20's Choice Awards Mnet Asian Music Awards SBS Gayo Daejeon Seoul
Seoul
Music Awards

Digital music

Cyworld Digital Music Awards

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