Rumblefish

  1. Digital Notes: Sonos Lowers the Price a Bit, Brad Paisley to Help Market Magisto, WillCall Unveils Ticket Gifting Feature

    October 16, 2013 3:59 PM EDT Sonos Does the Limbo How low can their prices go? Sonos, a home audio company known for its high-end Wi-Fi speakers, this week introduced a low-priced version of its sound system, bringing the Santa Barbara company's products a step closer ...

  2. Rumblefish Acquires Administration Startup Catalogik

    March 20, 2013 5:14 PM EDT Rumblefish -- the consumer-oriented music licensing company that, through its Friendly Music service, lets YouTube users legally incorporate Rumblefish's wide catalog of music in their videos -- has acquired Catalogik, a music licensing and ...

  3. Business Matters: Apple Finds Better Use of its Cash Than Buying Music Company

    March 20, 2012 4:09 PM EDT Apple To Introduce Dividend and Share Repurchase Program So much for the idea that Apple could buy a music company. The company announced Monday a dividend and share repurchase program to put to use its $98 billion stockpile of cash and securities ...

  4. The Rise of Indie Bands in Advertising

    March 20, 2012 7:00 AM EDT This is going to be big," Todd Porter recalls thinking last September, when the music supervisor at Goodby Silverstein & Partners in San Francisco first heard "We Are Young" by indie pop outfit Fun. "It just had the quality ...

  5. Business Matters: Innovation the Theme as Live Nation Posts Steady 2011 Financials

    February 23, 2012 9:38 PM EST Innovation the Theme as Live Nation Posts Steady 2011 Financials -- Live Nation is clearly intent on pushing forward rather than protecting what it has. In the company's fourth-quarter and full-year earnings call, the company's executive ...

  6. Music Licensing Service Rumblefish Adds Ex-Pandora Board Member

    October 11, 2011 2:33 PM EDT Music licensing outfit Rumblefish has added a new board member to help drive its growth. Harry DeMott, a former board member at Pandora and long-time analyst and investor in media companies, has joined the Portland, Oregon-based company's boa ...

  7. Business Matters: Freemium, 'Idol,' Twitter, MySpace and more

    July 07, 2010 12:00 AM EDT THE FREEMIUM DEBATE -- Writer/educator/consultant Clay Shirkey says sites with paywalls will underperform. Plus, he’s worried that content behind paywalls will not be part of public discourse. “When we talk about newspapers, we talk about them bei ...