2.02-03 Bob Seger "California Stars" (Capitol) Echosmith "Bright" (Warner Bros.) Graham Alexander "Repeat Deceiver" (Victor) James Bay "Hold Back The River" (Republic) Jason Spooner Band "Red & Green" (Independent) Kris Orlowski "Believer" (Independent) Kristin Diable "I'll Make Time For You" (Independent/Thirty Tigers) Laura Marling "False Hope" (Ribbon) Lucas Jack Before I Forget (Independent) Luxury Bones & Beaten Heart (Independent) Madi Diaz "Stay Together" (Nettwerk) Mark Ronson "Daffodils" f/Kevin Parker (RCA) Martin Sexton "Remember That Ride" (KTR) Mulligan Brothers Via Portland (Independent) Peter Joseph Burtt Bone To Stone (Independent) Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band So Delicious (Shanachie) Steve Earle "You're The Best Lover That I Ever Had" (New West) Two Gallants We Are Undone (ATO) Zuni Mountain Boys The Zuni Mountain Boys (Independent)
KEXP Breaks Ground On It's New Home KEXP/Seattle breaks ground on it’s new home on Wednesday, January 28, at the Seattle Center. The ceremony will take place at 10 a.m. at the Seattle Center in the Courtyard outside the Northwest Room at the center.
A New Home construction kickoff celebration featuring Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready, Adra Boo of Fly Moon Royalty, and King County Executive Dow Constantine. Sub Pop artist Rose Windows plays live at 11a.m. following the ceremony.
From Noon-2 p.m. a Ground Breaking Open Housewill feature a remote broadcast of The Midday Show with Cheryl Waters, live music from Bass Drum of Death at 1 p.m., and public tours led by KEXP deejays, among other goodies.
Boulder Early Bird Registration Open
Don’t forget you can save on Early Bird Registration for the FMQBTriple A Conference, August 5-8, 2015, through March 15. Registration is only $269 until then at registration.fmqb.com and and you can now book your rooms at the St. Julien, with the special
rates starting at only $219 per night. To book rooms either click here or call (877) 303-0900 and mention
Triton Digital, eXelate Develop First Streaming Audio Data Management Platform Triton Digital has announced an exclusive partnership with independent data platform eXelate, to deliver the first-ever streaming audio Data Management Platform (DMP). The new platform will enhance the ability of ad buyers to reach their desired audiences with targeted audio campaigns via mobile or desktop.
The new DMP will make streaming mobile and desktop audio impressions smarter with its ability to track and target audiences across any device or player. Triton will combine its ability to profile listeners (on any device without the need for cookies or unique device IDs) with eXelate’s cross-platform data cloud infrastructure and insights on consumers’ online purchase intent, household demographics, and behavioral propensities. The result will be ads that are targeted and optimized across channels and devices.
“Triton and eXelate are breaking totally new ground within the programmatic audio advertising industry with the launch of the first audio-focused DMP,” said Mark Zagorski, CEO, eXelate. “This partnership is crucial for ad buyers and marketers, as it will empower them to make smarter programmatic audio ad buys and execute cross-device and multi-channel campaigns that include mobile, audio, video, and display. eXelate’s ability to capture, manage, and activate billions of data points across all channels and devices will power a highly customized ad experience for Triton’s customers and advertisers.”
“Digital audio has become an important piece of the digital advertising mix, particularly as more and more consumer attention is captured in a mobile context. Until now audio has not been available as part of a multi-channel programmatic buy,” said Mike Agovino, COO, Triton Digital. “Beginning today, digital audio can garner a larger share of the market by attracting a piece of the larger multi-channel programmatic budget.”
Keys Cancel Europe The Black Keys has cancelled its upcoming European tour following the shoulder injury suffered by drummer Patrick Carney earlier in January. The duo has cancelled 17 European tour dates in February and March and are offering refunds. The Black Keys will now return to the road in Australia starting April 2.
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