Hotel: Occidental Gramd Aruba
Location: Isla de Aruba
My ode to the rain in LA, which has caused Cali to go into a state of emergency. Hopefully, the rain lets up soon. :)
Download the song here: *******soundcloud****/erichmusic/raininginla
California Highway Patrol officer Erick Manny had a portion of Interstate 5, over the Grapevine, renamed for him. He was killed during a high speed pursuit. The suspect was never caught.
Inspired by daises to compose a short musical piece. Music by Erick Giovany. Directed and recorded by Erick Giovany.
Getting covered on TechCrunch, the hugely influential blog about technology, media and innovation, which is among the most desired and toughest media outlooks to crack, has just gotten much easier with its new video upload page for company pitches.
OK, sure, it's not like an interview with Michael Arrington, but the the video pitches are uploaded to the site where they are indexed and maximized for search. For companies who are already in the CrunchBase, a database of companies, the video becomes part of a multimedia folder.
On Monday, Kelsey and I visited with Erick Schonfeld, the Manhattan-based co-editor of TechCrunch. Erick has been working on the pitch platform for the site which went live last month.
There is not a big barrier to getting videos uploaded to the site, Erick tells me. Just as long as they follow the guidelines and are not spam. The clips are maximum 60 seconds in length and need to be uploaded to YouTube.
We are not sure who will watch the pitch and what will be the direct result. We don't think that investors will respond with funding to a public pitch. However, TechCrunch has enormous search optimization, gallons of "Google juices" -- so putting up a video will be key to getting your message or executive widely discoverable.
Sounds like too good to pass up.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
George Thomas interviews Erick Stakelbeak
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We are producing a live show of our online video industry summit on Tuesday, October 28 from 9-noon EDT, from the msnbc**** digital cafe at 30 Rockefeller Plaza, headquarters of NBC.
CNET News**** Dan Farber and TechCrunch co-editor Erick Schonfeld will join me in moderating in-depth discussions on technology, monetization and the changing role of video in journalism and entertainment. Charlie Tillinghast, president and publisher of msnbc**** is hosting us.
Among the thirty participants are senior executives from AOL, Akamai, Adap.TV, BigThink, Blip.tv, Brightcove, Blinkx, CondeNet, CNN, e-Marketer, Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, HowCast, Kyte, msnbc****, Microsoft, Mogulus, MySpace, NextNewNetworks, the Newsmarket, The Deal, Truveo, TurnHere, The Washington Post, Yahoo!, YouTube and others.
We are streaming the video on our channel on Mogulus. You can watch it live or later on demand. If you want to grab the embed code to stream on your blog or site, please do. You will find the code on our Mogulus page.
Also, we will be publishing numerous segments from the conference and one-on-one interviews with participants over the next several weeks.
Yesterday in Madison Park, I spoke with Kelsey about the conference and developments at Beet.TV. I've posted our chat above. It is all very exciting!
Although we can't physically accommodate you at the event, we invite you to watch right here on Beet.TV. There is no charge or registration. I hope you will join us and hope you find it informative.
-- Andy Plesser, Executive Producer
A Note about Our Show: The webcast is being produced by Beet.TV and streamed on Mogulus. It is not being produced by msnbc**** or NBC. So, it should work fine -- but it wont be, ah, super slick.
Erick Staklebeck interviews a political dissident from Iran who endured torture and imprisonment all for the sake of the truth. .. The Christian Broadcasting Network CBN *******www.cbn****
Erick parties with David Guetta with Julia Mcknight.....
Erick Morillo & Steve Angello played How Soon Is Now Subliminal Session Opening Party 03.06.09
Be Bad Party. Subliminal is the respected and influential Dance music imprint responsible for bringing cross-over dance hits and underground records to DJs around the world. After a short period on ice, the label has returned, stronger than ever and armed with a whole host of new tracks and artists. It is ready to enter the next chapter of its history through a strategic partnership with seminal New York House label Strictly Rhythm. Subliminal was launched in 1997 by superstar DJ Erick Morillo. In the twelve years that have since passed, Subliminal has cemented itself as one of the cornerstone House music labels in the world. It is one of those rare labels that has had a genre of Dance music named after its vibe, hence the creation of the ‘Subliminal Sound’. Morillo has certainly achieved his original objective of supplying successful, quality dance records without compromising his integrity. As seen on Yahoo Movies, Google Video, Youtube, Internet Music Channels, MTV, MSN Video, Google Vids, Facebook Music Channels, facebook Groups and Twitter following Video.
One More Time? Yes indeed, one more time it is. House don Richard Grey follows up Life Goes On with yet another anthemic club stomper. You know the hook, let this baby rip, sit back and watch the eruption. Solid keys and pounding drums, a combination that this label stalwart demands and delivers. Kick starting the summer three months early this is will still be smashing it at Christmas.
The opening track on Morillos Subliminal Sessions compilation that drops this summer, this is a red hot, bonafide bullet. Mark Brown, one half of MYNC project and Juan Kidd join forces to let off a barrage of beats and horns that fuse for a monumental groove. Joined by Kristin Cummings on vox duties this has got Pacha Ibiza written all over it. House, Drum and Bass, Electro, Breaks, pacha, subliminal, records, music, ibiza, new york, progressive, Miami, dance, mtv, erick, morrillo, Louis, vega, vip, celebrity, sex, hot, tracks, reality, tv Subliminal is the respected and influential Dance music imprint responsible for bringing cross-over dance hits and underground records to DJs around the world. After a short period on ice, the label has returned, stronger than ever and armed with a whole host of new tracks and artists.
All in all this is a release that will please all lovers of quality house music. As Erick professes; “The tracks featured on this mix will be the tracks I will be playing throughout my set this summer. I don’t think anyone will be disappointed with this mix”. As seen on Yahoo Movies, Google Video, Youtube, Internet Music Channels, MTV, MSN Free Video, Google Vids, Nokia Free Video and Movie Service, Facebook Music Channels, facebook Groups and Twitter following Video.