How YouTube Festival Webcasts Changed the World
Last year's Coachella was cited as a watershed moment in live festival webcasting. It delivered millions of channel views, and exceptionally long engagement times, with three simultaneous channels, eighty hours of programming, sixty-five performances, and lots of behind-the-scenes content. Explore these new and powerful online live events.
Producer of 2011 multi-channel Festival Webcasts delivered on YouTube from the Coachella, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limit’s Festivals.
Producer of over 25 multi-day Music Festival Webcasts including Coachella (2007-2011), Lollapalooza (2006-2011), Austin City Limits Festival (2006-2011), Mile High Festival (2008-2009), All Points West (2008-2009), and Rothbury Festival (2008-2009).
Grammy-winning producer, and the Supervisor of Broadcast Audio for the annual Grammy Awards telecast, 1988-present.
Producer of live webcasts for the Grammys (2006-2009), and the Latin Grammys (2009-2011).
Producer of live webcasts with Dave Matthews Band live at West Point for AT&T, and The National live at Brooklyn Academy of Music for American Express/Unstaged.
Recent HD broadcast productions for Fuse and Palladia featuring artists such as the Dave Matthews Band, Kings of Leon, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Jane’s Addiction, the Killers, John Fogerty, Phish, and Muse, among others.
Producer of the 2010 Tony-nominated (Best Musical) 'Million Dollar Quartet' Cast CD.
Chairman of the Board of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys), 1994-1996.
Chairman of the Board of the MusiCares Foundation, the Grammy-affiliated philanthropy 2002-2005.
Executive Vice President of recording studio complexes Glenwood Place Studios, in Burbank CA, and Chicago Recording Company, 1990 to present.
Flatiron/Borman Management is honored to work with My Morning Jacket, Flight of the Conchords and The Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Mike Martinovich began his career in the music business as an intern for Evelyn Shriver Public relations in the tour publicity department. From there, he worked at Sony Music/Epic Records starting in the mail room in 1992. In 1993, Mike moved over to Epic Records to do regional radio promotion until 2000. For the last 11 years, Mike has been in artist management and most recently began a partnership with Gary Borman in 2011.