Audio CD-On-Demand case study
- Sound system lets music fans customize CDs. Fisher, Eric // Insight on the News;10/20/97, Vol. 13 Issue 38, p40
Focuses on the use of customized compact discs (CDs) to rejuvenate the music industry while highlighting the SuperSonic BOOM company in Arlington, Virginia. Identification of several CD companies who have filed for bankruptcy; Information on the SuperSonic; Founders of the company; Comments...
- Controversial custom CD patent licensed by SuperSonic BOOM. // Information Today;May98, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p43
Reports on the SuperSonic BOOM company and its signing of an agreement with Ergon Technology Associates for a United States patent. What this patent covers; Name of online magazine which reported on the agreement; Detailed information on this patent.
- CDnow acquires custom-CD co. Jeffrey, Don // Billboard;06/13/98, Vol. 110 Issue 24, p10
Reports that CDnow, an online music retailer, has added a branch to its music operations. What customers will be allowed to do because of this; Why CDnow decided to terminate a stock offer; How it acquired the manufacturer superSonic BOOM; CDnow's brief history; SuperSonic BOOM's Julie...
- Custom carols. Mallory, Maria // U.S. News & World Report;12/22/97, Vol. 123 Issue 24, p37
Reports that online music company superSonicBoom is selling made-to-order compact discs on the Web for the 1997 holiday season. Cost; Contact point; Number of offerings available.
- CDnow acquires custom-CD provider superSonic BOOM. // EMedia Professional;Aug98, Vol. 11 Issue 8, p15
Reports on CDnow Inc.'s acquisition of superSonic BOOM which offers customized compact discs on the Internet. Terms of the deal; Remarks from Ted Hooban, president of superSonic BOOM.