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Fame House, a digital marketing agency focused on the entertainment industry, welcomes Jason Judy as Chief Operating Officer.
Jason brings over 10 years of music industry experience to Fame House and will move from Charlottesville, VA to the company headquarters in Philadelphia, PA. Jason spent the last 8 years as the Digital Project Manager of one of America’s most successful acts, Dave Matthews Band, and previously oversaw design and development projects at Musictoday as a Project Manager and Web Producer.
Jason will contribute his experience and expertise to expand Fame House’s service capabilities and nurture in-house talent.
“We look forward to adding Jason to our team. He has handled website launches, online merchandising, e-commerce management, email marketing, and working under pressure at a high level for a very famous band. This is a perfect fit for Fame House,” says Fame House Founder and … Read More »
Fame House project managed and consulted with Ultra Records for the release of a number of BitTorrent bundles that “turn songs into stores.”
For EDM superstar Kaskade, BitTorrent bundled together a free track, “Dynasty” and a Freaks Of Nature trailer for the documentary starring the artist. From there, users will be able to “unlock” the download for more exclusive content. By entering an email address, fans will get a free digital booklet, photos, and a tour video.
“The download represents a container that goes with the grain of the Internet,” a BitTorrent spokesperson told Mashable. “Instead of going to the store to get content, the store is actually with that content. It’s like visiting a record store within a song or a box office within a movie.”
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