Articles for Scott Bass
Q&A with Gerd Leonhard, CEO of Licensemusic.com
What's the best way to add music to your online or offline project? LicenseMusic.com says they're the best solution, since they allow users to preview and sell music.
Q&A with Alex Sanford, CEO of Live365.com
With its nerdy roots in developing an alternative MP3 server, Live365.com has become one of the largest broadcasters of Internet radio. Last month during the NAB radio show, Live365.com unveiled its wireless solution for listening to audio on Windows CE devices. The company has been innovating constantly. What’s next for this community-driven entertainment site?
Q&A: MeTV.com's CEO Jeff Pescatello
Broadband is coming but what will you watch? MeTV.com thinks you'll want to tune into their broadband programming. They sport full-length movies but so far lack the backing of major Hollywood studios. Can they make it?
Q&A With Jeff Morris, CEO of Yack.com
With its recent acquisition of ChannelSeek, Yack is looking to become the 500-pound gorilla of what's going on in the Internet.
Q&A with Jonathan Klein, CEO and President of The FeedRoom
FeedRoom is looking to bring news to users with broadband connections. But can it succeed after other content failures? FeedRoom is betting on partnering with local and network TV news organizations for its success.
Q&A with Bruce Forman CEO of Romp.com
When it comes to edgy (even tasteless) content, Romp.com has few equals. Meet the man behind the raunchy site.
Q&A with Philip Monego, CEO of Voquette
Voquette allows users to take streams on the go, by legally recording streams to portable devices, CD-Rs and even cassette recorders.
Digital Jukeboxes In Your Diner
QA with Rebecca Lynn Eisenberg, VP of New Market Development, Ecast Inc.
Q&A With Steve Stanford of Icebox
Conference Call: Open Source and Streaming
Open Source (or capital-F
My.MP3.Com In-Depth: A Q & A With Michael Robertson
When Mp3.com launched their my.mp3.com website they created a new kind of internet music service... not to mention a whole lot of controversy. Streamingmedia.com reporter Scott Bass talks to MP3.com CEO Michael Robertson and asks the hard questions about this new technology.