What does the term digital asset distribution mean?
«Digital Asset Distribution» refers to the process by which digital content is distributed to various users or platforms. This content can include a variety of digital products, such as:
Digital magazines and newspapers
2D and 3D graphics
Digital content distribution can be done in several ways:
Online marketplaces: Platforms such as Amazon, Zalando, Brack, Galaxus and other digital marketplaces enable users to buy and download digital products.
Streaming services: Platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, Spotify, and the like enable access to digital media content via streaming.
Direct download: Websites where digital content can be downloaded directly - for free or after payment.
The distribution of digital assets often involves copyright, intellectual property and security issues. Therefore, it is important to use appropriate mechanisms and platforms – digital rights management – to distribute digital assets in a secure and lawful way.