More Music Industry News: Nimbit, Slicethepie, Irish 3 Strikes, Zune Hacks, OK Go & More
- Expect a big announcement from direct-to-fan platform Nimbit tomorrow during the ASCAP Expo in Hollywood. Nimbit recently brought in CEO Bob Cramer to kick things up a notch and has has some major successes with Suzanne Vega and Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
- Fan funding site Slicethepie has named Jonathan Bunis as COO and Strategic Development Director and Travis Baxter as a Director with a strategic focus on Radio and Broadcasting.
Jonathan was formerly CEO of Cellectivity and President and COO of Espotting. Travis has more than 30 years of experience in broadcasting, including 5 years at the BBC.
- Irish High Court OKs 'Three-Strikes' Protocol on File-Sharing. (DMW)
- Zune HD achieves potential with native development crack.(ars)
- NARM is sponsoring an online seminar this Thursday, Buzz On Music: What's Hot With Teens (Register here)
- The Pirate Bay, A Year After The Verdict - A year ago The Pirate Bay Four were sentenced to a year in prison, and on top of that each ordered to pay $905,000 in damages. The entertainment industries hoped that the ruling would set an example, but today The Pirate Bay is larger than ever before. (TorrentFreak)
- OK Go talks to NPR's Planet Money about the business of music. (NPR)