How Embracing the File-Sharing of Music Can Evolve the Music Industry into the 21st Century
Tommy Funderburk, recording artist, songwriter & now CEO and founder of Muzit a P2P monetization company, that allows artists to engage and market to fans downloading their work online joins the eMusician Podcast Show.
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Tommy Funderburk discuss the following:
- How does Muzit help artists to monetize P2P and file-sharing?
- How did you go from being an artist to creating a company like Muzit?
- Tell us a brief history of Muzit.
- Hasn’t streaming services like Spotify and Pandora killed piracy?
- What kind of campaigns are artists able to use through the TRACE platform?
- What about people who do not download music on through P2P and file-sharing? Are they left out of these promotions?
Tommy Funderburk is the CEO and Founder of P2P monetization company, Muzit, a company that tracks the downloading behavior of file-sharers, and allows copyright owners to contact these file-sharers through their ISP, in order to offer them discounts, promotions, donations and for other marketing purposes and was launched on January 4, 2015.
Aside from his duties as CEO of Muzit, Funderburk is also a musician who has recorded with artists such as REO Speedwagon, Yes, Rick Springfield, David Foster and many more.