(T+A #5) Technology and the Arts: 2/21/2007

(T+A #5) Technology and the Arts: 2/21/2007

In the fifth installment of the “Technology and the Arts” podcast, Tim Westergren, founder of the Music Genome Project and the Pandora online music service, is interviewed. Other topics discussed are Apple CEO Steve Jobs’ “Thoughts on Music” and its impact on the music industry, and several interesting Web sites relevant to technology and the arts. Hosts: Brian Kelley, John LeMasney. File size: 18 MB. Time: 37 min., 35 sec.


6 thoughts on “(T+A #5) Technology and the Arts: 2/21/2007

  1. You mentioned ways that we may listen to new music. Well, besides my Sirius satellite radio in my car (which is an absolutely great source for new and old music), I also subscribe to two NPR podcasts:

    – All Songs Considered: http://www.npr.org/rss/podcast/podcast_detail.php?siteId=4819413 — This is one of my favorite podcasts. Very knowledgeably hosted, All Songs Considered is a weekly show that covers about 4-5 songs each week. I’ve heard absolutely great and new music of all types from this show, and I really look forward to it every week.

    – Open Mic Music: http://www.npr.org/rss/podcast/podcast_detail.php?siteId=4985902 — This podcast is just made up of songs without a radio host or any other commentary.

  2. All Songs Considered is a fave of mine too, but I had never heard of Open Mic Music – great fwd, Joe, Thanks!


  3. Whoops—I lied about the Open Mic Music podcast. It actually includes some commentary—an introduction from the artist/band. Pretty cool stuff.

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