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You Don’t Know Me… Why Not?

You Don’t Know Me… Why Not?

Ted Cohen of EMI, Wired Magazine’s “Music Node” as one of the most connected people in the Entertainment Industry, was speaking at a conference recently and related his experience with a new recommendation service. The Internet-based service asked him to list artists that he liked so it could make recommendations of music he might like. ... Read More
 
Hit Free…

Hit Free…

So goes the saying at UM101 Radio at my alma mater, the University of Manitoba.   Most College radio stations play some of the hits. What is or is not a “hit” depends on who you talk to. At UMFM “the hits” means the songs being played on commercial radio for today’s teenagers. The teenagers ... Read More
 

The Concert of The Future… Now

You are “always on.” Always connected. If you’re not yet, you soon will be. We recently launched our “Concert of the Future” initiative with a performance by Brad Paisley at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The Concert of the Future extends a two hour concert to a rich, three- to four-hour experience. And ... Read More
 
The Real P2P Network

The Real P2P Network

A lot of ink has been spilled talking about “P2P” and “P2P Networks”. Most of this ink has centered on the illegal distribution of media often conducted on these networks. Look at all the articles written on the music industry over the past four years and you’ll see a majority have been about this networking ... Read More
 
The Castle

The Castle

Built by Capone’s bookmaker John P. Welch and master stonemason Charles Sutton in the late 1920’s and early 30’s, The Castle stands today as one of the finest recording studios in the world. It was conveniently located at a mid-way rest point for Capone’s men as they ran back and forth from Chicago to coastal ... Read More