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0 comments | Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Today I was browsing the net and found an interesting project involving blogs and podcasts called "bum rush the charts".

The concept:
Try to get a bunch of podcasters/bloggers to get an indie artist to the #1 spot on the Itunes singles chart in one day.

The point:
To show "traditional media" that untraditional forms of media, such as podcasts or blogs, when united, can do some serious damage.

Of course, this is just what I got out of reading they're website.
The only problem I see here is this: is the "big corporate media" really going to care if you make the #1 spot? Is it going to make that big of a difference?

Anyway, if your interested, all you have to do is download "Mine Again" by Black Lab, for 99 cents on March 22nd, 2007.

Bum Rush The Charts
Black Lab


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