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A Conversation With Jonny Greenwood, On Chaos And The Element Of Surprise
On this edition of All Songs Considered, Radiohead guitarist Jonny Greenwood joins us to talk about two of his classical compositions we've just premiered on our Tiny Desk series. He also shares some of the music that's inspired him over the years by other artists and explains how he came to love such a rich and diverse tapestry of sounds.
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How often do Swiss people use other Swiss languages?
Switzerland has four national languages: German, French, Italian and Romansh. But how often do the Swiss use, or try to use, a language that's not their mother tongue? A trip to see the famous annual light projection at the Swiss Federal Palace, the Rendez-vous Bundesplatz, brings up the question as to how much the Swiss are expected to use Swiss languages other than their own in their daily life.Â We answer listener questions: - when are high German and Swiss German used? - is it possible to get a working holiday visa as a Canadian? And we talk about our meet-up with our Facebook group, Switzerland for English Speakers!
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753: The Startup Solving Big Problems in the Music and Media Industry
Qwire creates collaborative, cloud-based software that addresses significant problems with music licensing and royalty reporting common to companies working with music-for-picture, including some of the largest media companies in the world â€” Â film/TV studios, trailer houses, video game development companies, advertising agencies, and professional sports networks â€” as well as rights holders (e.g. music labels and music publishers) and Performance Rights Organizations. The companyÂ has received over $2 million in additional funding from current and new investors. This will expand the New York and Los Angeles-based companyâ€™s sales efforts and accelerate development and enhancement of its cue sheet reporting tools. â€œThis new investment demonstrates investorsâ€™ confidence in Qwire and in our softwareâ€™s ability to transform music post production and royalty reporting,â€ said founder and CEO Scott Freiman. â€œThis funding will allow us to take the company to the next level, as we continue to license qwireClear to major film/TV studios, and we bring our next-generation cue sheet management and reporting software â€“ qwireCue â€“ to market.â€ I invited Scott Freiman onto my daily tech podcast to learn more about the story behind Qwire. Â