Singing Machine and Stingray Celebrate Karaoke Store's 1,000,000th Karaoke Video Download

By: JustineTue, 04/18/2017
Singing Machine and Stingray Celebrate Karaoke Store's 1,000,000th Karaoke Video Download

The Singing Machine Company and Stingray, are celebrating a major milestone today: the download of the 1,000,000th karaoke video from the Karaoke Store.

The Karaoke Store, launched in December 2015, offers customers the world’s largest fully licensed catalog of karaoke videos with more than 13,000 videos to choose from, in multiple genres and languages. Customers can choose to download videos in either MP4 or MP3+G video file format, depending on the requirements of their karaoke machine.

The success and reach of the Karaoke Store is a result of the expertise of both Stingray and The Singing Machine. The Singing Machine is the North American leader in consumer karaoke products with the most recognized brand in home karaoke hardware and worldwide distribution.

Stingray, a leader in business-to-business multi-platform music, owns the largest library of licensed karaoke content and has experience in music product development and distribution. Stingray’s continued efforts to license and produce new karaoke songs in the style of today’s top-charting artists provides consumers with the most popular licensed content available today.

  • The Stingray Karaoke Store features more than 13,000 songs in the style of today's top artists and yesterday's legends, with more songs added weekly.
  • The Karaoke Store is a offered as a desktop application that can be installed on Microsoft Windows or Apple Macintosh computers that allows songs to be easily transferred from the Store to Singing Machine's new digital download line of karaoke products.
  • Singing Machine’s new digital download line of karaoke products feature the ability to play High-Definition karaoke videos, and offer customers the ability to search, sort, and create custom playlists.
  • The Karaoke Store App is fully compatible with Singing Machine Classic machines that feature MP3+G file format support.