LOS ANGELES – Frequency announced today a partnership with music content providers Baeblemusic, Havoc TV and to distribute all their concert videos, in-studio sessions, and artist interviews.

"Music has always been part of Frequency’s DNA, and the diversity of the music video we offer is something that we’ve always been really proud of," said Blair Harrison, Frequency’s CEO. "We cover the spectrum from the most popular artists to those that are off the main stream, giving exposure to those independent producers creating high quality videos with a distinct edge. We couldn’t ask for better partners than these to help us further that goal."

New York-based Baeblemusic covers emerging music scenes and all things pop culture with their exclusive videos and editorial features. Through its full length concert videos and intimate sessions, Baeble is revolutionizing the way music is consumed by providing free front-row tickets.

Havoc TV has positioned themselves as an authentic voice in the worlds of indie music and action sports. Since 2004, they have been curating the latest and greatest, digging out the classics, and producing their own unique content, making them the nation’s leading indie music and action sports network. is a new kind of music company that connects emerging artists, entertainment service providers and audiences worldwide. The company strives to deliver fresh music video content from hot new artists to the web, mobile devices and television.

About Frequency

Frequency is a cloud-based internet video service that aggregates and distributes video from hundreds of the world’s top providers, including the leading TV and Multi-Channel Networks. TV operators, Over The Top providers and device manufacturers use Frequency to deliver a complete and personal internet video service to their subscribers, with access to thousands of licensed channels of premium internet video.

TV, mobile and over-the-top operators use Frequency to deliver a complete internet video service to their subscribers. Frequency’s white-labeled service gives operators access to a comprehensive portfolio of licensed content, and a fully featured video platform, including real time personalization. Frequency is now powering next-generation consumer video applications for operators on set-top boxes, mobile devices and the web.