MidemNet Blog: Midem is Sixty Days Out, So Much To Think About!

MidemNet 2010 is sixty days out & I can’t wait to be back in Cannes!


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, November 25, 2009 .

NYT: Music Labels Cut Friendlier Deals With Start-Ups

With CD sales dropping fast, it is not hard to imagine how the major music labels could benefit from the growth of Web start-ups like Imeem. The company’s service lets people listen to songs, discover new artists and share their favorites with friends. And in return, Imeem owes the labels licensing fees for use of the music.


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, May 27, 2009 .

MidemNet 2008 panel: The Free Music Business

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Yz_wJJn-SY[/youtube] Ad-supported and ‘paid for’ music has never been so popular, be it in the field of access to music, music downloads or even live music. imeem’s Steve Jang, Qtrax’s Allan Klepfisz, Blyk’s Antti Ohrling, We7’s Steve Purdham and moderator Ted Cohen discuss whether such experiments are the latest fad; or the business model of […]


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, January 22, 2008 .