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Archive for June, 2007

  • MyStrands Raises $25M in Series B Funding

    By Mike on June 19, 2007
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    Yesterday MyStrands announced they had raised a series B round of funding to the tune of $25M. As far as the market is concerned this is the equivalent of an acquisition because it effectively takes MyStrands off the block for the time being. The company is stating its desire to remain independent. That leaves Pandora to be acquired or to […]
  • New Yorker Conference

    By Mike on June 10, 2007
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    To read the article in The New Yorker click here. I participated in The New Yorker Conference and showcased some technology and processes we use in license agreements with several of Platinum Blue’s technology partners including hit prediction technology and processes for which we license components from Music Intelligence Solutions and I showcased a technology by one of our music […]
  • Niagara Falls

    By Mike on June 10, 2007
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    Circumstances dictated that I drive to Toronto from NYC this week. What a beautiful drive!! I couldn’t help but stop at Niagara Falls and shoot the video below. It was a great drive and gave me the opportunity to catch up on a lot of music I’d been meaning to listen to but hadn’t gotten around to. When I fly […]
  • Platinum Blue Gaining Mainstream Awareness – Part of Studio 60 Script

    By Mike on June 3, 2007
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    Much to our surprise and delight, for the May 31st, 2007 episode of Studio 60: On The Sunset Strip , Platinum Blue was written into the script. The plot is that the show within the show is taking a ratings beating and the head of the network, Jack Rudolph (Steven Weber) walks into head writer Matt Albie’s (Matthew Perry) office […]
  • Daniel Levitin on Why Beatles Were Musically Great

    By Mike on June 2, 2007
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    This is an excellent piece on why Daniel Levitin (author of This Is Your Brain On Music) thinks the Beatles may be remembered in the same way we remember some of the greatest classical composers. Fascinating stuff!! Click here to read it.