Section 101, a New York based company that delivers a dynamic web-based solution providing simple and effective tools for music and entertainment brands, will once again be taking part in the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT which runs from January 17 – 27, 2013.
The Sundance Film Festival has been home to both established and emerging filmmakers for close to thirty years. As well as fostering cinema, Sundance has also partnered with ASCAP to present dynamic new music nightly with their Sundance ASCAP Music Café. This year there was more music, and more movies tied in with live musical performances, than ever before.
On Thursday, January 24th, Liz Leahy and Jim Hoffman, the CEO and CTO, respectively, and co-founders of Section 101, hosted a private cocktail reception on Park Avenue in Park City. Several of the company’s film, television and music clients as well as partners were in attendance.
"We're excited to be at Sundance again this year to celebrate great film making and music at the ASCAP Music Café,” says Liz, “An extraordinary amount of work goes into making these films, and I am pleased that Section 101 can help build momentum for our clients and friends via a strong online presence."
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, the Rube Goldberg Estate and many others rely on Section 101 technology to power their digital presence.