Nashville Tech Feed #18 – Lala.com the Best Music Site You’ve Never Heard of is Going Dark

Just like pirañas in Oprymills the website Lala.com will soon not exist. We take the full episode discussing the best music site that most of you might never know existed. What alternatives will there be, will Lala become the iTunes on the web and how music in the clouds affects the business of music.
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Just like pirañas in Oprymills the website Lala.com will soon not exist. We take the full episode discussing the best music site that most of you might never know existed. What alternatives will there be, will Lala become the iTunes on the web and how music in the clouds affects the business of music. As always we end the show with what we’re consuming.

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Topics:

  • Lala.com goes away

 

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What we’re consuming:

DavidBuying In: What We Buy and Who We Are by Rob Walker , Buzz Out Loud and The 404 podcasts

Lucas – The new record from The National High Violet

PaulRework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

 


 

Show Hosts:

David Beronja

Title:
  • Web Designer/Production
  • Founder “The Nashville Feed” blog
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Lucas Hendrickson

Title(s):
  • Independent Journalist
  • Contributor at The Tennessean‘s TuneInMusicCity.com
  • Instructor at Belmont University’s Media Studies Department
  • Writer at LargeLandMammal.com
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Paul Schatzkin

Title(s)
  • Revered Elder Statesman, Staunch McLuhanist, Internet Entrepreneur and (Occasional) Bomb Thrower
  • Founder, CEO, songs.com (1995-2000)
  • Author:  The Boy Who Invented Television: A Story of Inspiration, Persistence, and Quiet Passion (2002)
  • Author: Defying Gravity: The Parallel Universe of T Townsend Brown (2008)
  • New for 2010: Founder, Cohesion Arts (Artists Management & Digital Distribution, until we find the new paradigm vocabulary…)
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About mdave

David has been using computers to create his visions since the early days of the Apple II. When the world wide web hit he dove in head first learning HTML and building his first websites. After spending a few years at a software services firm in Milwaukee he moved to Nashville and shortly after the Music Industry grabbed hold. He joined the Country Music Association as webmaster designing, building and managing the CMA Awards, CMA Music Festival and corporate websites for the 8 years. He started their social media reach-out and when he left the CMA could reach over 50,000 fans directly. David currently freelances by day, codes by night along with producing/hosting the Nashville Tech Feed a technology podcast. David was named by Billboard Magazine as one of the top 140 people in the Music Industry to follow on Twitter. , Facebook and Twitter