Managing Partner Ted Cohen Quoted by USA Today on Twitter #Music

TAG Managing Partner Ted Cohen is quoted by USA Today in their latest article “Twitter #Music service waiting to trend” by Jefferson Graham.


Posted by Ted • Friday, June 21, 2013 .

TAG’s Corey Denis in Hypebot’s Music Think Tank Marketing FAQ

Hypebot: Music Marketers FAQ – What’s most important as a promotional tool: Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube? by Ariel Hyatt September 22, 2011 I’m continuing the Music Marketing Experts FAQs where my favorite gods and goddesses of online marketing and Social Media promotion share with me the questions they get asked the most by musicians. What’s […]


Posted by Ted • Thursday, September 22, 2011 .

The Guardian: Audioboo’s new direct messages – the future for personalised radio?

Audioboo is brewing a new feature that will let users send private messages to each other – like Twitter’s direct messages, but audio. Destination: Massive.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, August 24, 2010 .

Mashable: Why Entertainment Will Drive the Next Checkin Craze

by Jennifer Van Grove In recent months, a crop of services have popped up that re-purpose the checkin concept, popularized by Foursquare, and connect it to media and entertainment, as opposed to location. In theory, the idea of checking-in to cultural concepts (like media, music, etc.) and not places is one that doesn’t jive in […]


Posted by Ted • Sunday, August 8, 2010 .

Billboard: Engaging Your Customers Online: Strategies From The 140 Character Conference

April 22, 2010 Billboard Magazine By Glenn Peoples, Nashville Twitter is fun, easy and effective, but don’t expect it to result directly in sales. These were some of the nuggets of wisdom in yesterday’s “Music and the Real-Time Web” panel at the 140 Character Conference. You can stream a video of the 20-minute panel as […]


Posted by Ted • Friday, April 23, 2010 .

TMV Blog: My Christmas Wish List

As I sit here at the end of an eventful year, it feels like we’ve made a lot of progress in digital music, but we have such a long way to go. My wish is that the gains we’ve made are the basis for the digital music landscape we’ve all dreamed of.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, December 22, 2009 .