a web-based company developing digital content and tools to empower users
through music, will launch, on Friday, September 24th,1999, the web's first
newsletter to track interactive and net music and provide exclusive commentary
on music, society and evolution, with a focus onGen Y, in particular.
The company is headed by Gary and Angela Wollman, a.k.a. Siren & Sage, interactive music specialists who's independently produced music video, "Love Is The Key," played worldwide and listed in Billboard's Clip List. Siren & Sage have been working with young people in NYC schools using live concerts and music-based programs to counter hatred and violence and promote media literacy. "iMusicWeek" will track the latest interactive and internet music developments, deal with issues about music's affect, role and power in society and focus, particularly on these topics in relation to the Gen Y demographic.
e1t1.com is engaged in a number of projects that allow users to interact with exclusive animated music video content and customize their experience with personal publishing tools, all within a convergence of entertainment, learning and shopping. Currently working with Columbia University's Institute of Learning Technologies (ILT), e1t1.com develops content and programs for students ages 8-22.
Robert Holt, Manager Strategy and Business Development, SONY, Corp. and Ali Akansu, PhD. Professor, Computer and Electrical Engineering,New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), Director New Jersey Center for Multimedia Research both sit on e1t1.com's board. To register for free newsletter, or for more
information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone/fax: 718-380-0521.