Posts Tagged ‘Tunecore’

SF Music Tech rolls into town this Monday, December 6 and what a party it will be as 800 industry luminaries pack the swank Hotel Kabuki to discuss the latest trends.  It almost always kicks off with a lox spread, so don’t be late.  Here’s the guide: Hotel Kabuki 1625 Post Street San Francisco, CA […]


Leave it to acclaimed filmmaker Simone Nelson (City of Borders) to give her Art Institute Media Delivery Systems & Distribution students real world mobile marketing experience while providing valuable research, design and strategy to the developers of the new free iPhone app, Serenade, which allows users to email, tweet and FB favorite songs to friends and […]


Who would have thought you could travel back in time to the moment when everything changed but there they were, the pioneers of the digital music industry on stage – Gerry Kearby, Liquid Audio, Hank Barry, Napster, Ken Wirt, Diamond Multimedia Rio, Gene Hoffman, eMusic, and Ted Cohen, EMI laughing over what happened that paved […]


I knew there was something different about the Bandwidth Conference today when I walked into the library of the University Club and there in the chambers were a group of industry folks enjoying a game of name your favorite album within six degrees of New Jersey.  Dr. Dog, Ween, and the Velvet Underground came up quite […]


Whether you’re doing the deal or a spending superfan, this weekend all eyes are on the Bay Area with Bandwidth opening for the Outside Lands Festival. Even 140c Jeff Pulver is in town.  Here are details: Th 8/27 – F 8/28 BANDWIDTH University Club, San Francisco, #bandwidthsf http://www.bandwidthconference.com THE GUIDE Th 8/27 1 Library Album […]


These days the pathway to fame and fortune begins online, and your fans are your financiers.  Stop shopping your script old school!  No better way to lollygag in a down economy than to create a killer franchise.  So this one’s for you my friends, the animator, screenwriter, and big personality…it’s never been easier to create […]


Today is the last day of Macworld and time to look toward the future.  Booked for 1/4-8 San Francisco Moscone, Macworld 2010 is asking its fans to dream big.   So here is my vision of what Macworld could be, a place where one’s creative potential is unleashed.  A  lively festival/expo for books, music, movies and games […]