Thursday’s Music 2.0 Briefing: EMI Board, PirateBay Blogs, $’s For Imeem & PluggedIn And More
> EMI is changing the structure of its Board. (FMQB)
> PirateBay has launched an uncensored blogging service called Baywords. Some blog providers pull blogs with links to unlicensed content.
> A look inside the Korean music industry and how it could be a model for the future. (Portfolio) The Koreans can teach a lot about new models and artist branding, but I’m hoping that producer created pop groups is NOT the only way forward.
Some strong numbers coming from artist services site ReverbNation
- Artists: 160,000
- Songs: 525,000
- Website, widgets and apps total reach: 24,000,000 uniques/month
> Tube Mogul enables spreading videos to various sites with a single upload.
> Iconic NYC rocker WNEW has relaunched as a net, HD station and blog mixing a classic rock with AAA in a format I think has legs. Listen here.
> Fashion and music combine at Tommy (Hilfiger) TV. SonyBMG is a partner. (Reuters) Please tell me know one cares.