Eric Schwartzman

Echo Networks Digital Music


Echo Networks, which introduced its beta service in June 2000, is an online music listening service that lets members create "group stations" where listeners hear a simultaneous stream of music. Through a player that requires no downloading, Echo members rate music, chat with other members of their group stations, vote on the songs playing, and invite others to listen.

Echo Network's president Bonney Pulley appeared with news anchor Richard Saxton on Biz News One.





Press Materials

Nov. 10
Echo Networks Rings Up $5 Million in Strategic Investment
Echo Networks, the largest and fastest growing interactive streaming music community, has closed financing to the tune of $5 million... READ MORE
Nov. 5
Warner Music Group Licenses Echo Networks' Online Music Subscription Service
Warner Music Group and Echo Networks announced today that they have entered into a non-exclusive licensing agreement... READ MORE
Nov. 2
Echo Expands To San Francisco Headquarters
Echo Networks has left their Silicon Valley suite and set up shop south of Market Street at 501 Third Street in San Francisco, California to accommodate their rapid expansion... READ MORE
Sept. 4
Echo Taps Former Record Producer and Silicon Valley Attorney As EVP Strategic Development
Echo Networks™, the first group music experience provider, is developing a broad set of relationships across the Internet and recording industries under the guidance of Tuhin Roy, EVP of Strategic Development for Echo Networks... READ MORE
Aug. 3
New Service Introduces People-Powered Radio on the Net
Echo Networks™, the first group music experience provider, has developed technology that enables its members to create "group stations" where members experience a simultaneous stream of mainstream music that directly reflects the group's aggregated song ratings... READ MORE
July 15, 2000 Internet Radio Service Raises $3.375 Million in Strategic Investment
Echo™, Inc., Internet radio's group streaming leader has closed Bridge financing to the tune of $1.6 million, bringing its investment total to date to $3.375 million, the streaming media company announced today. READ MORE

In The News

Nov. 30 USA Today - Web Guide
(Nov. 30, 2001) The San Francisco-based Echo Networks boasts that it's the web's largest and fastest-growing streaming music community. The service lets you listen to existing stations or create your own...READ MORE
Nov. 5 CNN - Warner Music, Echo ink deal
(Nov. 5, 2001) Warner Music Group, home to such stars as Staind and Madonna, on Monday announced a licensing deal with online music provider Echo Networks, marking the recording giant's first deal with a Web subscription service beside MusicNet, which it partly owns...READ MORE
May 22 PC Magazine - Editor's Choice
(May 22, 2001) Fun and flexible, Echo is everything a radio site should be. After a quick registration, you can create your own station in four simple steps. Genre and subgenre options are comprehensive without being overpowering, and you can make your station available to all Echo visitors or just to those you invite...READ MORE
March 16

San Francisco Business Times - Online music keeps on playing
(March 16, 2001) The recent court order that forced Redwood City-based Napster to filter songs from its music swapping service may spell opportunity for competing online music providers...READ MORE

 

 
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