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#nerdup: Is Mobile the Future of Today’s Music Industry?

In our #nerdup series, our team analyzes the trends, milestones and issues that are driving consumer behavior. In our third installment, Weber Shandwick Seattle’s Christine Reisenauer shares her analysis of the shift to mobile in today’s digital music realities. There has been a massive shift toward mobile in the music industry. As Laura Gonia wrote in […]

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#nerdup: The Music Business in the Era of Streaming

In our new #nerdup series, our team will analyze the trends, milestones and issues that are driving consumer behavior. Each post will offer our unique point of view on the technology, cultural memes and current events influencing the changing state of entertainment. To kick off the series, Weber Shandwick Seattle’s Laura Gonia brings a thoughtful analysis […]

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Farewell, Easy Street Queen Anne

Easy Street Records‘ Queen Anne location is closing this Friday. If this was just another record store closing in the digital era I would say, ‘well that’s the way it goes for physical media,’ but it surely is not just another vinyl shop. This is a store that celebrates weekly music releases with vibrant, hand-painted […]

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Technology – It's All In the Translation

In the very recent past, the thought of technology marketing brought to mind the technical – the bits, the bytes and the acronym du jour. But really, one of the biggest signs of technology adoption is that we don’t have to think about it anymore: technology simply becomes a part of who we are and […]

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Seattle Nonprofit Spotlight: Team Up for Nonprofits

Last week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Ryan Hodgson (@ryanintheus), executive director of a fantastic Seattle nonprofit called Team Up for Nonprofits. I’ve known Ryan for the past year via a series of Twitter and email exchanges but it was great to finally meet offline and chat about the great work and […]

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Seattle Nonprofit Spotlight – Rain City Rock Camp for Girls

I moved to Seattle six months ago knowing very little about the city.  What little I did know was Seattle’s music legacy – from Jimi Hendrix to the 90’s grunge scene of Kurt Cobain, Eddie Vedder and friends. When I learned about Rain City Rock Camp for Girls, I couldn’t help but fall in love […]

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Two Minutes with…Alex Vaught

“Two Minutes With” is Weber Shandwick Seattle’s employee spotlight series that provides professional and personal insight into our rock star team. Enjoy! In your 4 years at Weber Shandwick, what types of accounts have you contributed to? In my time at Weber, I’ve worked on a variety of accounts, but primarily technology clients. I’ve also […]

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Two Minutes with…Katie Riese

“Two Minutes With” is Weber Shandwick Seattle’s employee spotlight series that provides professional and personal insight into our rock star team. Enjoy! Your twitter alias is @toetapper03 –why? I took 15 years of tap/dance lessons and would often practice anywhere and everywhere, including grocery store aisles and while playing goalie on my soccer team. I’ve […]

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