In just two weeks, world-famous DJ and producer Avicii has received more than 8,700 sound submissions, from 3,600 artists in more than 100 countries all over the world. Sounds on the site have been played a half-million times by people in response to a unique collaborative music project called ’Avicii x You’, inviting fans worldwide to contribute to his next song. In collaboration with Ericsson, the project is showing how the Networked Society enables innovation and business transformation.
A new paper from Ericsson looks at copyright, which is possibly one of the most controversial policy topics to have been talked about, lobbied and contested by various stakeholders for a very long time.
Bill Roedy, the former Chairman and Chief Executive of MTV International, says the move into the Networked Society provides huge opportunities for the media industry.
In a world first, the European Broadcasting Union joins forces with Ericsson to deliver an enhanced Eurovision experience on the mobile channel.
A family business that is constantly on the move, Grammy Award-winning rockers Los Lonely Boys rely on CDMA mobile broadband to keep their tours running smoothly and to stay connected with management, vendors, fans and family.
Wei Wei is a Chinese artist and songwriter, living in Sweden, with a dream to expand her career. She believes that the Internet and mobile technology are changing everyone's life and that it is the key to reaching audiences all over the world. Ericsson helped Wei Wei to set up her own music channel that also offers IPTV videos so that her fans can watch her performances.