Industry Ink: ole, Song Suffragettes, A2IM, HI-FI

ole Celebrates Headquarter Move

(L-R) Alex Lifeson of the rock band Rush; ole CEO and Chairman, Robert J. Ott; and Howie Dorough of the pop music band Backstreet Boys, celebrate 12 consecutive years of ole’s growth and success at the launch of the company’s new headquarters in Bremner Tower, located in Toronto’s Southcore District

Pictured (L-R): Alex Lifeson of the rock band Rush; ole CEO and Chairman, Robert J. Ott; and Howie Dorough of the Backstreet Boys

ole hosted a private event on Oct. 27 titled “Mission:Possible” to celebrate the company’s head office move to the top of 120 Bremner Tower, an ultra-modern 26,000 sq. ft. space in Toronto’s tech and media district. The event also celebrated ole’s 12 consecutive years of growth and success in publishing and rights management. ole has achieved a three-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 55 percent while maintaining industry-leading margins.

 

Song Suffragettes Host Workshop and Q&A Session

Joining the ladies of Song Suffragettes are YouTube's Margaret Hart and Lindsay Rothschild (far right), Cassetty Entertainment's Todd Cassetty (far left top) and Universal Music Nashville's Amy Jackson (far left front)

Joining the ladies of Song Suffragettes are YouTube’s Margaret Hart and Lindsay Rothschild (far right), Cassetty Entertainment’s Todd Cassetty (far left top) and Universal Music Nashville’s Amy Jackson (far left front)

The second Song Suffragettes Summit was held at the Thistle Stop Café last Friday (Oct. 28). The event was hosted by YouTube and featured a workshop and a Q&A with Universal’s Amy Jackson.

 

A2IM Indie Week Committee Seeking Members

a2imA2IM is in search of several active member participants to help shape next year’s Indie Week. To join the Indie Week Committee, please submit an application here. A2IM is also looking for additional members to be a part of the Libera Awards Committee. Interested parties should contact Marcus Assenmacher at [email protected] directly. Nashville has more than 25 A2IM independent label members, including Big Machine Records and Black River Music Group.

 

Tagcasting Comes To Music City at Belcourt Taps

hi-fi-logoHI-FI, The Mobile Lifestyle Network, is bringing their live video technology, Tagcasting, to Nashville through a weekly live stream featuring the city’s top musicians. Every Tuesday HI-FI will broadcast songwriters in the round and artist showcases live to the world from Belcourt Taps, sharing an intimate experience unique to Music City. The Nashville Tagcast is the first of its kind in a planned national roll out of partnerships with live music venues.

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