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June 4, 2012
John Lennon And Yoko Ono’s Lenono Music & Ono Music Select TuneSat To Monitor Songs On Television And The Internet

June 4, 2012 – Lenono Music and Ono Music, the publishing companies that control the solo material of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, are using TuneSat to monitor the use of their iconic songs on broadcast TV stations and websites around the world. TuneSat’s proprietary technology will fingerprint all of the works from these catalogs and track their use on hundreds of broadcast channels in 13 countries as well as streaming audio, video, podcasts, flash, and other multimedia files on millions of websites. They will then be able to view detections in real time via TuneSat’s secure web portal, providing them with full transparency and accountability of when and where their music is used in each instance.


I'm  just going to post these other two articles here instead of starting new threads.

Consequence of Sound
June 5, 2012
Yoko Ono collaborates with Sonic Youth for benefit single

Yoko Ono has collaborated with Sonic Youth members (and former husband and wife) Thurston Moore and Kim Gordon for a new single benefiting Ashinaga Rainbow House, which is building a house in the Tohoku region of Japan for victims of the March 2011 tsunami, reports Pitchfork. The 14-minute “Early in the Morning” is now available digitally through Chimera Music, and on June 19th throug  iTunes and Amazon. A 10″ vinyl edition will also be released on June 19th.


June 5, 2012
Yoko Ono Personalizes Five Copies of Ad She Created

To promote an upcoming Yoko Ono-exhibition at Sweden's contemporary art museum Moderna Museet in Stockholm, TBWA Stockholm asked Yoko Ono to create an ad called AD PIECE, in her trademark instructional way. The ad ran on page 3 in the Arts section of Sweden's largest newspaper, DN.TBWA asked Yoko Ono to sign five copies of AD PIECE in the newspaper before it went into distribution. Thus making five subscribers of DN the lucky owners of a signed piece by one of the world's most famous artists.

Life is what happens when your busy making other plans. John Lennon


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