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Blue Note Records App for iPad Breaks New Ground With OpenEMI Initiative

Blue Note Records App for iPad Breaks New Ground With OpenEMI Initiative | MUSIC:ENTER | Scoop.it
The iPad app released by Blue Note Records on Thursday appears to offer a wonderful experience through the legendary jazz label's storied history. But the real kicker here is how the app was made.
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EMI's Neil Tinegate Details OpenEMI's Support for Indie Developers

EMI's Neil Tinegate Details OpenEMI's Support for Indie Developers | MUSIC:ENTER | Scoop.it
I recently spoke with Neil Tinegate, EMI Music VP of Digital Projects about OpenEMI. OpenEMI is one of the best examples I've seen of a well-established corporate entity finding a direct connection to the innovative energy of startups.
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EMI Innovation Challenge in association with Music Ally

EMI Innovation Challenge in association with Music Ally | MUSIC:ENTER | Scoop.it

The challenge of innovation lies right at the heart of the new music industry. Start-ups that successfully manage to create new revenue streams are crucial to the future lifeblood of the industry. So, events that showcase the most promising start-ups play a useful role in highlighting that emerging innovation. However, these events often adopt a similar format.

 

This event is a bit different. The EMI Innovation Challenge takes more of an engaging, interactive and entertaining approach with the audience and a panel of judges invited to vote on the start-ups throughout the evening.

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Petit lexique pour l'après-Midem | Slate

Petit lexique pour l'après-Midem | Slate | MUSIC:ENTER | Scoop.it
L’exemple le plus enthousiasmant de cette «ferverture» dont tout le monde a parlé pendant ce Midem est sans conteste le lancement par EMI d’openEMI: la mise à disposition de tonnes de contenus d’artistes de la maison (Gorillaz, Robbie Williams, The Verve) aux développeurs de tous horizons. Le deal: bricolage a volonté pour tout développeur demandant l’accès à la base. Si l’appli proposée est géniale, EMI s’occupe de la vendre, la marketer et en faire de l’argent. Les revenus seront partagés entre tous les ayants droits et le label, et le développeur percevra son écot.
A l’origine du lancement d’openEMI, une collaboration avec The Echo Nest, dont le chef produit est Matt Oggle, ancien de last.fm. Qui comme par hasard faisait aussi partie des hackers présents au Midem l’année dernière.
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