karaoQ – Startup Trying to Save the Music Business by Disrupting it

Michael Amburgey News & Press

These Startups Are Trying to Save the Music Business by Disrupting it Read original article on Inc.com At a recent event hosted by Inc., a group of entrepreneurs pitched investors on new business models aimed at turning the music industry around. BY¬†EDWARD COX @edwardcox88   With the backing of music industry executives whose clients include bands¬†like Kings of Leon, it’s …

Karaoke Summit 15 focuses on industry legitimacy, growth, and innovation

Michael Amburgey News & Press

Karaoke Summit 15 – the live webcast from Knoxville and Nashville covering the state of the karaoke industry with topics covering the industry’s brand, piracy, legitimacy, profitability, growth, innovation, and a focus to venues and KJs across the world. The event was hosted with an opening monologue from Dr. Drax, CEO of the American Disc Jockey Association Karaoke Summit 15 …

karaoQ Selected for The TENN program from LaunchTN

Michael Amburgey News & Press

karaoQ among eight new companies to participate in Launch Tennessee startup initiative, The Tenn. Now in its third year, The Tenn provides a group of Tennessee startups with mentors, training on business management and day-to-day issues and a week-long trip to California and New York in which the entrepreneurs can connect with other company leaders and investors. Companies are chosen …

Nashville startup looks to overhaul karaoke experience

Michael Amburgey News & Press

Original Source: The Tennessean Nate Rau, nrau@tennessean.com10:03 a.m. CDT July 31, 2015   A Nashville technology company is seeking to revolutionize how people experience karaoke, and in the process open up new sponsorship and royalty revenue streams to a music industry starving for them. Under KaraoQ, gone are the dingy binders of narrow playlists and handwritten song requests passed along …