NEWRELEASETUESDAY.COM REACHES MASSIVE 1 MILLION PAGEVIEWS MILESTONE FrontGate Web Network member site supports Show Hope Foundation and sets goal to raise 1 million pennies in 1 million seconds BOISE, IDAHO—NewReleaseTuesday.com, the largest Christian music and entertainment site online and part of the FrontGate Web Network, is celebrating its first-ever month of 1 million pageviews by rallying its fanbase to raise 1 million pennies for charity in 1 million seconds. NewReleaseTuesday.com—also known as NRT—saw its largest month ever in March 2014, logging…Read More …
iTickets announced today the launch of a “$.95 Self-Serve” ticket program. This option provides a quick, easy and affordable solution for those who wish to handle selling tickets themselves with the option of passing the savings on to the ticket buying customer. The self-serve program relies strictly on purchasing online and issuing print-at-home tickets. iTickets also announced a new plan which adds complete toll free phone center support along with event marketing support for $1.50 per ticket. iTickets is offering comprehensive marketing packages at no additional cost to the promoter.
I just finished watching the 2011 VMAs off the DVR. For my faith-market friends, I’m talking about show quality here, not song content or cultural value… I’m not expecting faith-friendly content from an MTV awards show. Why would anyone? Finally, MTV got their act together on the production of this awards show. It has s-u-c-k-e-d for the last several years. Not so this year. The stage set up was truly outstanding. The audio was great. The stage production and lighting for Pitbull, Ne-Yo and Nayer was particularly well done.
Welcome to the BIG QUESTION. On one hand, the world is rapidly moving towards digital formats, and at the same time, the outlets for buying CDs are shrinking. The big record stores are all but gone. There are certianly great indie stores out there, but not a ton left. The mass market retailers like Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy have cut way back on inventory. But there is money to be made right now, which means, you can make rent money right now.
NewReleaseTuesday.com (NRT), a Christian music and entertainment site and part of the FrontGate Media family, has started 2011 with record traffic and growth. From welcoming the 40,000th member to the NRTeam, the largest crowdsourced interactive Christian music community online, to posting triple digit year to date growth, and more than doubling the audience of NRT Radio, there is momentum in every corner of NRT.
I’m not surprised. I’ve been waiting for an excuse to write about Idol. Last night, American Idol gave Fox its highest ratings yet in prime time, with a 10.9 rating/16 share according to Nielsen Media Research data, an average of 12 million households tuning into the network, between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. This is a Chutes and Ladders game story…
Shattering its own record set just two weeks earlier, the fall’s largest Christian concert tour— World Vision’s “Make A Difference Tour”—set a new milestone as the largest live webcast of any Christian concert ever reported when it recently streamed live from Wichita Falls, Texas (Oct. 23) to nearly 742,000 people, from 99 different countries – all who tuned in to see GRAMMY® award-winning recording artists TobyMac, Michael W. Smith and Third Day, along with New York Times best-selling author Max Lucado. This new total breaks the previous record of 186,000 set earlier this month by nearly 400 per cent, indicating at least 4 times as many people tuned in to the second live webcast, an unprecedented number for any Christian music concert and one that producers say ranks in the top of all live concert webcasts.
NewReleaseTuesday.com (NRT), a Christian music, social and entertainment mega-site and part of the FrontGate Media group, continues to innovate and lead the market with the announcement of the first Christian music game designed for Apple’s popular new mobile device, iPad. The game, which will feature EMI CMG Music artists in its initial launch, is also available on Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch devices, a category that has exploded to over 100 million devices sold, powered by the recent launches of the iPad and iPhone 4.