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Ep.55: Tom Giles, CEO at StageBloc, a platform for artists, brands and fans (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the 1-2-1 show I chat with Tom Giles, the CEO of StageBloc, a platform designed for artist, brands and fans.

It can work as the artist’s official fansite allowing for a wide variety of interactions (including sales), but it can also be used to promote a single release. Stagebloc has already worked the likes of Justin Timberlake (The Tennessee Kids), Kid Rock (Rebel Soldiers), and the Pixies but is available to any band with a free and paid tier.

Check out stagebloc.com for more info.

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

Ep.55: Tom Giles, CEO at StageBloc, a platform for artists, brands and fans (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the 1-2-1 show I chat with Tom Giles, the CEO of StageBloc, a platform designed for artist, brands and fans.

It can work as the artist’s official fansite allowing for a wide variety of interactions (including sales), but it can also be used to promote a single release. Stagebloc has already worked the likes of Justin Timberlake (The Tennessee Kids), Kid Rock (Rebel Soldiers), and the Pixies but is available to any band with a free and paid tier.

Check out stagebloc.com for more info.

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

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Ep.55: Tom Giles, CEO at StageBloc, a platform for artists, brands and fans (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the 1-2-1 show I chat with Tom Giles, the CEO of StageBloc, a platform designed for artist, brands and fans.

It can work as the artist’s official fansite allowing for a wide variety of interactions (including sales), but it can also be used to promote a single release. Stagebloc has already worked the likes of Justin Timberlake (The Tennessee Kids), Kid Rock (Rebel Soldiers), and the Pixies but is available to any band with a free and paid tier.

Check out stagebloc.com for more info.



Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 117: The One With MySpace, Redigi, Mega, Sweden, Fandalism, HMV…

This week on Digital Music Trends we cover The Most News Ever. Only kidding, but it’s a hefty number of stories and I couldn’t have done it without the help of Stuart Dredge and Darren Hemmings.

This week we talk about: 
- the public launch of MySpace, Justin Timberlake’s involvement and the Merlin rights issue.
- Redigi’s upcoming European launch, legal implications and potential repercussions on the industry (if anyone can be bothered to use it)
- Kim Dotcom’s launch of Mega amongst much fanfare, but what’s the potential piracy impact?
- digital distribution price wars as Fandalism offers first free and then cheap iTunes, Spotify and Google Play uploads
- the KLF releases slipping through checks and getting released without permission on iTunes and Spotify
- flexibility price of streaming subscriptions as Rhapsody launches a $5 tier tied to the MetroPCS carrier
- the astonishing story of music sales in Sweden where growth is in the double digits, and is anything happening out there applicable in the UK or is it simply a cultural difference
- a quick update on HMV, as the group starts to 

You can find links to coverage of all the stories we talk about here: http://bit.ly/DMT116notes


I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

@digimusictrends

DMT 117: The One With MySpace, Redigi, Mega, Sweden, Fandalism, HMV…

This week on Digital Music Trends we cover The Most News Ever. Only kidding, but it’s a hefty number of stories and I couldn’t have done it without the help of Stuart Dredge and Darren Hemmings.

This week we talk about: 
- the public launch of MySpace, Justin Timberlake’s involvement and the Merlin rights issue.
- Redigi’s upcoming European launch, legal implications and potential repercussions on the industry (if anyone can be bothered to use it)
- Kim Dotcom’s launch of Mega amongst much fanfare, but what’s the potential piracy impact?
- digital distribution price wars as Fandalism offers first free and then cheap iTunes, Spotify and Google Play uploads
- the KLF releases slipping through checks and getting released without permission on iTunes and Spotify
- flexibility price of streaming subscriptions as Rhapsody launches a $5 tier tied to the MetroPCS carrier
- the astonishing story of music sales in Sweden where growth is in the double digits, and is anything happening out there applicable in the UK or is it simply a cultural difference
- a quick update on HMV, as the group starts to 

You can find links to coverage of all the stories we talk about here: http://bit.ly/DMT116notes

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

@digimusictrends