Last June we launched a group of mobile websites along with Adobe for their Flash 10.1 for mobile announcement. Since then Mike Mignano, Jackie Balzer and I have made frequent updates to the framework to give our artists the most feature rich and portable sites in the business. We’re now in the process of rolling [...]
On December 14th we launched a new version of the connected album for Tank’s record “Now or Never”. Our goal is to reward fans who purchased the album, regardless of format or purchasing mechanism. Fans who register are given access to a special section of the Tank’s website, exclusive content and a badge to show [...]
It’s taken me a few weeks to catch up after back to back conferences in Minnesota and LA, but this weekend I finally got around to jotting down my thoughts about Adobe MAX 2010. The yearly Max conference is always a highlight for me, and this year was no exception. Throughout the conference Adobe set [...]
Last week we quietly relaunched the Elektra website, our first label website built on Cisco’s EOS platform. The site relaunch is in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of the label and was a massive content undertaking for the digital marketing and content teams. Artists from the label’s entire run (over 100 in all) are featured [...]
This may have been up for a while, but it’s new to me. We’ve been working closely with Adobe for a few years on their multi-screen initiatives and are now officially a member of the Open Screen Project. Were listed among some pretty impressive partners and are glad to be part of the project. In [...]
Today Atlantic launched our first round of mobile websites in conjunction with our partners at Adobe. We launched 8 artist’s sites targeting Android 2.2 and Flash 10.1, with iPhone and iPod Touch coming later this month. This is a launch we were very proud to be a part of, and a project will be iterating [...]
Today Atlantic Records, Photofinish Records and the WMG D2C team launched a new website for the Chicago based band I Fight Dragons. The six piece band plays Chiptune-Rock, which is one half rock music and one half original music made using old videogame soundcards from the Game Boy and NES. Beyond a fun site designed [...]
Adobe released a new video today showcasing their upcoming Flash 10.1 and AIR 2 technology running on a multitude of devices. As part of the Open Screen Project you can see one of Atlantic’s new videos for artist B.o.B running in Flash during the piece. Check out the video on YouTube.