What happened in music:tech today?
- Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning unveiled their new service, Airtime, for the media. Our own Jesse Kirshbaum was in attendance and recapped the event.
- We were at last night’s NY Music:Tech Meetup at Knitting Factory in Brooklyn. Here’s our recap.
From around the web:
- Clear Channel, Big Machine Strike Deal to Pay Sound-Recording Performance Royalties To Label, Artists – via Billboard.biz
- The National Association of Broadcasters, in turn, felt the need to issue a statement reminding everyone that they oppose sound recording performance royalties, in case anyone forgot – via Billboard.biz
- Video: gTar, Kickstarter-Crazy iPhone Guitar, Makes Music in Ableton Live – via evolver.fm
- Jackthreads’ Asher Roth Campaign Provides Roadmap To Merchandise Success – via hypebot
- Skifta Launches Engine to Sync Content Across Devices – via evolver.fm
- The Gadgets of Music Genius Reggie Watts – via Gizmodo
- Eminem Digital Royalties Case: Producers, Label Argue Over Compensation – via Billboard.biz
What did we miss?