Record and Share Your Opinions with DJs and Friends via Zambig

May 13, 2011

11:30 am

If you often find yourself shouting at the radio, a pioneering new startup out of San Diego is the answer to your hoarse voice.  Zambig is an audio platform that allows users to verbally interact with celebrities, bands, and athletes and express opinions about topics including entertainment, politics, and sports by recording and posting content.

Zambig is the first platform that allows listeners to actually talk back to radio stations or advertisers.  You can share comments with DJs, record soundtracks that spoof popular viral content, and compete for prizes (prizes vary from one contest to the next). With one click, post your personal recordings and share them on your social networks.

The management team has extensive expertise in the radio and technology industries.  Blair Giesen, CEO, has over 10 years of experience with Clear Channel Radio and Univision and has been instrumental in many multi-million dollar radio campaigns.  Cordell Giesen, Marketing Director, has a creative and technical background with over 9 years of experience with CBS, Viacom and Clear Channel Radio. Stefano Bertacchi, CTO, has over 15 years of programming experience and is a master of both front-end and back-end design.

Meet the Zambig team and learn more about their audio platform at Tech Cocktail San Diego on May 18, where they are one of our showcased startups.

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Monika Jansen is a writer and editor who is happiest pounding out blog posts, newsletters, website content, and other materials. Follow her at: @monikacjansen

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