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So What Do You Do, Ryan Schreiber, Founder and CEO of Pitchfork?
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Pitchfork Gets Immersive with Daft Punk in New Feature - Posted May 17, 2013
Next week, the musical world will experience a huge event: eight years after their last album, master of dance music Daft Punk will drop their much-hyped album, Random Access Memories. Music website Pitchfork has honored that with an amazing, immersive feature that evokes the... [TVSpy]

Pitchfork Founder on the Loss of Music Magazines - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Pitchfork Founder on the Loss of Music Magazines - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [FishbowlNY]

Pitchfork's Ryan Schreiber to Bloggers: 'Be willing to work for a long period of time for just the love of it' - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [TVSpy]

Pitchfork's Ryan Schreiber to Bloggers: 'Be willing to work for a long period of time for just the love of it' - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [10,000 Words]

How the Founder of Pitchfork Made It Big - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [FishbowlDC]

Pitchfork Founder to Bloggers: 'Be willing to work for a long period of time for just the love of it' - Posted February 13, 2013
Way back in 1995, Ryan Schreiber was a high school graduate working as a record store clerk. Finding little on the Internet about indie music, he decided to start his own Web page and launched Pitchfork. With no publ... [FishbowlLA]

Please Tell Us if Pitchfork's New Site is a Joke or Not - Posted December 27, 2012
Pitchfork, the mind numbingly self-important music site that covers bands whose members think wearing winter hats inside is socially acceptable, is launching a new site called Nothing Major. We think. That's where you co... [morningmedianewsfeed]

Please Tell Us if Pitchfork's New Site is a Joke or Not - Posted December 27, 2012
Pitchfork, the mind numbingly self-important music site that covers bands whose members think wearing winter hats inside is socially acceptable, is launching a new site called Nothing Major. We think. That's where you co... [FishbowlNY]

Music PR News: Radio Still Rules the Roost - Posted August 16, 2012
Some recent Nielsen findings will be relevant to anyone with more than a passing interest in playing and/or promoting music. In short: The more things change, the more they stay the same. A newly released study ... [AgencySpy]

Music PR News: Radio Still Rules the Roost - Posted August 16, 2012
Some recent Nielsen findings will be relevant to anyone with more than a passing interest in playing and/or promoting music. In short: The more things change, the more they stay the same. A newly released study ... [PRNewser]

Revolving Door: 9.30 - Posted September 30, 2010
Here are this week's PR and media highlights from mediabistro's Revolving Door Newsletter: Jane Bianchi has been named senior news editor at Seventeen... [PRNewser]

24 Great Music Videos Besides "That OK Go One" - Posted December 29, 2006
We know you're not really at work this week--who are we kidding?--but if you were, here's a great way to fritter away those final few hours before poppin' the cork on 2007. Friend of the Un Randy J. Hunt pointed his mouse towards Pitchfork's roundup of the Top 25 Music Videos... [UnBeige]

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