Moving the Karaoke Industry into this Century

Michael Amburgey News & Press

Moving the Karaoke Industry into this Century with Michael Amburgey of KaraoQ Michael Amburgey, Founder and CEO of hiVolume Media Co. and their flagship product KaraoQ, talks with us about rolling out their karaoke app and replacing old, tedious processes with new technology. He talks about the value props not only to the venues, but to the KJs and patrons …

Michael Amburgey drops knowledge at The Edge for Captain Morgan’s and karaoQ Launch Party

Michael Amburgey News & Press

KaraoQ mobile singer/song request support will soon be made available to all Karaoki karaoke software users – but what is KaraoQ, exactly? The official KaraoQ launch party kicked off two nights ago at the Captain and karaoQ Party at The Edge. Live from Edge Knox, the event featured Captain Morgan and KaraoQ running with KaraoQ360 (an upcoming subscription services that includes a version of Karaoki, Karaoke Cloud Pro and …

Karaoke Q&A turns to karaoQ&A with CEO/Co-Founder Michael Amburgey

Michael Amburgey News & Press

Hal and Joanie of KaraokeQnA podcasts sit down with Michael Amburgey, Founder & CEO of HiVolume Media Company Inc, to discuss the upcoming KaraoQ and KaraoQ360 mobile request platforms. LEARN MORE ABOUT KARAOQ360 Want to know more about what KaraoQ and KaraoQ360(Karaoki is included in the KaraoQ360 package) are doing for DJs, KJs, and venues hosting karaoke across the U.S.? …

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 – The Sleeping Giant | Meet karaoQ – a SaaS brings insight, data, and transparency to the music industry

Michael Amburgey News & Press

A vast market with little to no transparency Much has been said about where the music industry has come from and where it’s headed. From the age of vinyl to 8-track, cassette to CD, MP3 to streaming; the way people consume, purchase, and access music in physical or digital format has changed drastically over the last five years, much less the …