Ex-NTL chief heads music-recognition firm
- ROEST JOINS SHAZAAM. Williams, Paul // Music Week;7/13/2002, Issue 27, p4
Reports on the appointment of Jerry Roest as chief executive officer of Shazam, a mobile music recognition company in Great Britain.
- Shazam targets boost in business services. // Music Week;4/3/2004, Issue 13, p6
Shazam Entertainment Ltd. is bidding to forward business uses of its music recognition technology. The move has been launched at the backdrop of an additional funding of $5 million. The company has derived most of its income from a consumer offering which allows music fans to instantly identify...
- People. // Music Week;4/16/2005, Issue 16, p2
The article reports that Shazam has appointed Andrew Fisher as CEO. He joins the company from InfoSpace Inc., where he was European managing director. The Mobile Entertainment Forum has announced the new executive board of its American division. It is chaired by Entriq strategic advisor, Ralph...
- TAGGED. // Music Week;11/23/2012, Issue 47, p6
The article focuses on the latest releases of Shazam Entertainment Ltd. including "The Power of Love," "A Thousand Years," and "Time After Time."
- Name that song. Pearse, Justin // New Media Age;11/21/2002, p24
Details the plan of Chris Barton, co-founder of Shazam's mobile-based song-recognition service, to expand the service. Praises received by Shazam; Status of the traditional music industry.
- SHAZAM. // Creative Review;Feb2003, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p74
Evaluates a mobile phone service from Shazam Entertainment which allows users to identify songs and artists from any tune via short messaging service in Great Britain. Comparison with similar services; Shazam's other services.
- SONG IDENTIFICATION SERVICE. Williams, Paul // Music Week;6/22/2002, Issue 24, p4
Reports on the testing of the real-time song identification technology of mobile music recognition firm Shazam Entertainment. Partners of Shazam in testing the technology; Details on the test.
- Shazam tests service on Kiss FM. // New Media Age;7/25/2002, p3
Reports that Shazam Inc. launches a trial of its service on Kiss FM, enabling listeners to identify tracks playing on the Web channel by holding their phones up to their personal computer speakers. Aim of Shazam; Plan for the service.
- Shazam debuts music naming on all networks. // New Media Age;8/22/2002, p4
Reports on the unveiling of the music recognition service by Shazam, a wireless entertainment firm. Cost of the service; Information on how the service works.