Press Article


August 30, 2012 - New York, NY – Section 101, a New York-based company, that provides beautiful websites, complete with social media and commerce integration, design flexibility, ease of use in uploading music, videos and photos, and superior customer support, is excited to announce the company will once again be participating in this year’s CMJ Music Marathon and Film Fest, October 16 -20, 2012. CMJ daytime will be taking place on the NYU campus in New York City, with nighttime activities all around New York and Brooklyn. This will be company CEO Liz Leahy’s third year on a panel; she is a confirmed speaker on Gaining Online Traction: The Art of Creating the Perfect Musician’s Website, located at NYU Kimmel Ctr. Room 802 Shorin, starting at 12:30 PM on Tuesday October 16th. In addition, Section 101 will once again be exhibiting in the lounge area, and will also be hosting website building workshops at the branded Section 101 Re-Charge Stations, where coffee, water and snacks will be provided along with proven tips and advice on how to make your brand stand-out online. ABOUT SECTION 101: Section 101 delivers a dynamic web-based platform that presents simple and effective solutions for music and entertainment brands to manage and maximize their online presence. Section 101 enables clients to create beautiful, personalized websites that are easy to use, while providing a powerful suite of integrated tools designed to organize and leverage their fan base across a growing number of online and social channels. Section 101 offers a premier service for clients who prefer Section 101 to supply creative input – from design and development through to the successful launch of their websites, as well as a Do-It-Yourself model, providing all the tools and functionality required for clients to create their own unique website on a budget. Leading music artists and brands like Aimee Mann, Duran Duran, BUSH, Kina Grannis, Diane Birch, Rachael Yamagata, Kicking Daisies, Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Junip, Early Winters, DJ Eliot Lipp, Readymade Records, Robot of the Century Music Publishing, Radio Woodstock, B|W|R Public Relations, the Rube Goldberg Estate and many others rely on Section 101 technology to power their digital presence.