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Santa Rosa, California, June 8-10, 2007: This year, for the first time in it’s 29-year history, the Harmony Festival celebrates for three full days and nights, with expanded shows and venues, more on-site camping, and the best musical lineup ever. And this year the Harmony Festival organization is privileged to partner with Live Nation, the nation’s premier live music event production company, as the Harmony Festival’s co-promoter. The theme for this year’s Harmony Festival is “Promoting Global Cooling.” Through forums, speakers, and interactive exhibits, we explore the implications of accelerating global climate change and consider what actions we as a culture can take to address what is possibly the most important issue of our generation. We will also examine our own responsibility to “walk the talk” by developing ways to reduce the Harmony Festival’s own carbon footprint.

Harmony Channel CEO Ed Lantz Interviewed by Good News Broadcast

NEW YORK, NY, JUNE 26, 2006: Harmony Channel founder and CEO, Ed Lantz, was interviewed today by NYC’s Good News Broadcast. Listen to the full audio interview here.

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Harmony Channel Rolls Out onto 9 Million Comcast Households

PHILADELPHIA, PA, JUNE 12, 2006: Today Harmony Channel begins it’s rollout onto 9 million Comcast On Demand digital cable households. The network is initially delivering three of it’s seven MoodZones – the Harmony Zone, Play Zone and Spirit Zone. Other MoodZones will follow according to viewer demand. Content will initially be refreshed monthly beginning on August 1. Each MoodZone provides a 3-minute sampler of the current month’s programming and a long play (24-28 minute) “session” or compilation of visual music from several artists. In addition, each visual music title will be individually “clickable,” allowing viewer response for individual videos to be rated.

The Harmony Channel team would like to thank all the great artists who have entrusted us with their visual music programming. We pledge to be good stewards of your content, and seek to build Harmony Channel into a “new-edge” venue for mood-elevating, transformative programming. We would also like to thank the extended family of vendors, programmers, composers, animators, advisors, attorneys, accountants, post-production houses, and others who have bent over backwards to help us get this show on the road. We appreciate your continued support.

Harmony Channel CEO Ed Lantz Speaks at Global Creative Economy Summit

PHILADELPHIA, PA, JUNE 8, 2006: Ed Lantz, the founder and CEO of Harmony Channel, is speaking at the Global Creative Economy Convergence Summit in Philadelphia on Monday, June 12th – the same day that the network begins rollout into 9 million Comcast households. Lantz is moderating a panel at Philadelphia’s National Constitution Center as part of the Summit entitled “Digital Domes: New Medium for Art, Science, and Education.” Presenters include Derrick H. Pitts, Chief Astronomer from the Franklin Institute Science Museum, Theo. A. Artz, Assistant Professor from Drexel University, and Michael Bruno, Creative Director at Spitz, Inc. Lantz has agreed to make himself available to the press at the Summit’s Networking Lunch from 1pm to 1:30pm at The Park Hyatt Philadelphia immediately following the Digital Dome panel. Sample content from Harmony Channel will be screened at the lunch event.

Don Slepian
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Don Slepian is an internationally known electronic musician, recording artist, and concert performer. Described by Rolling Stone magazine as "one of the genre's major talents", Slepian's live electronic concerts have been sponsored by radio stations, scientific groups, computer societies and universities.


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