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Beats Music buys entertainment e-marketer Topspin

CEO Ian Rogers brings the direct-to-consumer marketing and ticketing company he ran for more than four years into the fold of the recently launched subscription-music service he now leads.

By March 4, 2014


Twitter said to hire ex-Topspin exec to head music effort

Marketing exec Bob Moczydlowsky has been hired to lead expansion of the microblogging service's nascent music platform, according to AllThingsD.

By September 22, 2013


Topspin's direct-to-fan marketing platform

Topspin, which handled the recent direct-to-fan marketing for the David Byrne/Brian Eno record, demonstrated its new platform at SXSW, and it's pretty impressive.

By March 19, 2009


The future of concert ticketing

An experiment by Topspin and the Pixies for a couple of U.K. concerts demonstrates that in the future many acts won't need ticket brokers or promoters.

By July 29, 2010


Byrne/Eno succeed in cutting out the middleman

Ian Rogers, whose digital music company Topspin was behind the latest Byrne/Eno album, recently revealed some numbers showing that cutting out the middleman can put power back in the hands of the artist.

By November 20, 2008


Yahoo Music exec leaves for start-up

Ian Rogers will be working at Topspin Media, which aims to "help artists earn a living through software."

By April 3, 2008


Cisco to buy Topspin for $250 million

Networking giant gets a grip on the clustering racket with an agreement to buy the InfiniBand start-up.

By April 14, 2005


Dell, Topspin tout InfiniBand clusters

Dell's new servers, which use 96-port TS270 switch and other networking equipment, will be available by Oct. 31, Dell said.

By September 28, 2004


HP expands InfiniBand partnership

Broadens partnership to integrate its servers with TopSpin equipment for the InfiniBand high-speed networking technology.

By December 6, 2004