KISS ME AVAILABLE NOW ON iTunes
The release of Kiss Me has been launched. Ted Miller's new album featuring original title tracks "Kiss Me", " Why I'm With You", "Skies of Blue," and "America, Red, White & Blue For Life." Ten years after having recorded his debut album with the London Symphony Orchestra at the famed Abbey Road Studios in London, England, Ted Miller and "Kiss Me" the title track and first single of his brand new album consisting of all exciting original's by the artist are in stores online now.
"Kiss Me (Bésame)" the first single from the Ted Miller title album "Kiss Me (Bésame)" leads the roster with sultry excitement and a Latin crossover vibe. The album consists of a combination of adult contemporary, pop, and a touch of Rolling Stone, smooth easy, sensuous jazz, with style & swagger that will eventually lead you to breathtaking ballads straight from the heart. "America: Red, White, and Blue For Life" a song written in memory of Bruce W. Carter, an American hero, who selflessly gave his life in Vietnam. This song is a tribute to all our heroes, the many brave men and women in uniform who selflessly defend our freedom every day. This song will leave you standing with your hand over your heart.
Ted has collaborated with long time industry greats Lewis Martinee, Mario Gil and Dan Warner to create this exciting new album. Combined they have worked with many renound artists including Julio Iglesias, Vanessa Williams, Barbara Streisand, Shakira, Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias and many more. Many of the songs on this album would be appealing to fans of artists like Michael Buble, Enrique Iglesias, Neil Diamond, Julio Iglesias, and Andrea Bocelli, just to name a few.
The album consists of all original songs with incredible excitement, diversity and emotion, celebrating Ted's influentualy soothing and melodic voice, his trademark, in addition to his breathtaking melodies.
FACEBOOK / VEVO
Facebook reportedly in recent talks to acquire Vevo. Recent industry news sources have mentioned. the possibility of Facebook and Vevo joining forces together to create a new social network platform that would allow each of the two companies to expand their outreach. The question remains what is in store for Twitter?
The recent talks are creating an industry buzz as Vevo's contract with You Tube, Google's driving force for advertising revenue is due to expire within the next year. Sources have recently reported that Executives from both Facebook and Vevo have already met twice within recent weeks While the discussions are known to be very premature, Facebook is showing interest in a similar arrangement to the one Vevo has now with Google's YouTube.
Facebook is looking to stream stream Vevo's music videos and the two companies would sell ads for revenue. It is noted that Facebook did not respond to an interview request, and a Vevo spokesperson was not available for comment. If Vevo were to leave Googles platform, Facebook could enhance their advertising revenues immensely, and remain a dominant force. But still today, Facebook shows no real compelling user-driven music service that could compare with You Tube and Vevo.
Interestingly enough: Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg could eventually offer free-music listening in the form of music videos if a deal were to come about. That would certainly help Facebook maintain it's current users, attracting additionally another market as well. Facebook remains determined to enter this market. With growth potential on the horizon, compare You Tubes 130 million to Vevo's 43 million respectively. However, Vevo has only been around for just two years strong. Imagine now having Facebook's 750,000,000 user strong fan base as potential video watchers. Now figure the numbers! But don't count Google out yet! The Video Radio world is wide open amongst the social media giants!