Teachers across the nation have been expected to flip the switch to online learning when schools started closing their doors in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus in the U.S.
“We have really great resources at school, but we don’t get to take those home,” said Sammy Brandt, a fourth-grade teacher in Jackson County, Michigan.
Innovation Magazine did a great write up on FUBU RADIO and FUBU in their 2020 CES Edition. We would like to say great work to the whole FUBU family. Click the link below to read the article.
The biggest story in music over the last decade was the industry’s reconciliation with tech — after a decade fighting the internet, the music business fully embraced it in the 2010s. Streaming has now finally returned the business, which was nearly decimated by the shift from physical to digital formats, to growth.
Perhaps no one has had a broader view of this phenomenon than Jimmy Iovine, the producer and record executive who made the leap to the other side. He and his partner, Dr. Dre, sold their company, Beats Electronics, to Apple for $3 billion in 2014 and helped launch Apple Music, the tech giant’s late entry to the streaming market, which now has more than 60 million subscribers.
DEC 3, 2019 NEW YORK CITY/LOS ANGELES — FUBU Radio and Tech This Out have partnered sharing interests in creating new marketing opportunities, drive digital growth, increase radio listenership and break new music.
Starting from Dec. 10, Tech This Out is distributing a 30-minute live simulcast every Tuesday and Wednesday at 7 p.m. ET on FUBU Radio. In addition to a weekly live simulcast, Tech This Out will provide short-form video content and tech product review with its Tech This Out Review.
FUBU Radio is the new name in urban radio. The online radio platform offers Hip Hop, R&B and “infotainment” news content. “We are excited to welcome Tech This Out News to FUBU Radio,” said Keith Perrin, President of FUBU Radio and co-Founder of FUBU. “Tech This Out News innovative approach to covering technology, music, while highlighting topics that affect culture and society will be a great addition our listeners are going to appreciate.”
Mike Johns, the executive producer of Tech This Out said that the podcast was created to be the voice for today’s tech startups, consumer electronic brands while at the same time be a platform for emerging and indie artists
“We are thrilled to deliver Tech This Out to FUBU Radio,” said Johns. “The FUBU brand has been paramount in Hip Hop and we are redefining FOR US BY US motto to incorporate the unlimited and vast power of technology.”