Business Startup Spotlight: karaoQ

Michael Amburgey News & Press

  An estimated 93% of DJs still use printed songbooks and paper-slips for patrons. This becomes an exhaustive expense for the DJ and venue. The resulting pains are a negative experience for patrons and result in lower dwell times, less repeat patronage, and fewer dollars spent in-venue.  

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 …