Rojam.com, a music content provider founded by Japanese musician Tetsuya Komuro, claims to be unaffected by the problems plaguing other providers. 'The Internet is just one method in our distribution network,' Mr Komuro said. 'We are not purely a dotcom company.' He said while the revenue generated from downloading music via the Web site is diminishing, the company would focus on distributing music through mobile phones. 'Music and mobile phones are very personal things, and we will make good use of the new mobile technology,' he said. Rojam.com, whose businesses range from music production and promoting new talent to selling compact discs and merchandising, has broken even since launching in April. Chief executive Arihito Yamada said the company had two million hits a day from the Asian region and expected this to reach three million by the end of the year. He said Rojam.com, headquartered in Hong Kong, had no plans to list. Mr Komuro is the majority shareholder in Rojam.com, which counts key Japanese institutions such as NTT Communications, Softbank Finance, Aeon, Dentsu, Avex Group and Media Factory as strategic investors.