From: Ariel Publicity [bandletter_at_arielpublicity_dot_com]

Sent: 01 September 2010 16:01

Subject: Pre-Cleared & Podsafe: Presents Kid Friendly Podsafe Music


Newsletter #159

Hello from Ariel!

In This Week's Issue:

  1. Where's Ariel?
  4. New Media Pioneer: Todd DeJarnatt of Jelly Bean Radio


Where's Ariel

Speaking with 2 amazing artists I love! I will be at the #140conf Boston on a panel with Social Media Rockstars Amanda Palmer & Matthew Ebel.

World of Bluegrass 2010, International Bluegrass Music Association - September 27 Nashville, TN

Date: Monday, Sept 27th
Time: 2:30pm-4:30pm Location: Nashville Convention Center, room # tba
I'll be presenting an educational lab / master class called "Music Success in Nine Weeks" where I will be talking about the core principles of my book to Bluegrass artists.  (betcha didn't know I'm a big Bluegrass fan :) )

Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit: Masterclass - October 3-5, 2010 Washington, D.C.

I am so proud to be celebrating the 10th FMC with my friends at the Future of Music Coalition!

I have created a special 2-hour MASTERCLASS on How To Engage Fans and Make Money
that I will be teaching on Sunday October 3rd from 9:30 - 11:30, (This is the first one I will be teaching in the USA of this length and detail) and I'll be on a panel at the Summit on Oct 4th as well.

You can apply for a musicians scholarship here:

NOVEMBER 4-8 - Taxi Road Rally, Los Angeles CA


Johnny Only
Genre: Childrens

"Johnny Only is a high-energy children's music performer who uses a style similar to Ralph's World or The Wiggles(without their accent) to put on an interactive show full of fun for both kids and adults. As a kid-loving parent of three with a live DJ background, Johnny is uniquely qualified to get kids up and dancing in a safe and supportive environment."



Featured Blog:

The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl

This is a show for kids and parents. Good quality music that kids will enjoy and parents won't mind listening either. Not just kids' music but also kid-friendly music. Anything kid-friendly. The show's playlist is posted each week at They are open to all styles of music and want to keep the show as diverse as possible.

Featured Podcast:

Manic Mommies

The trials and tribulations, joys and triumphs of Erin and Kristin - two working mothers trying to do it all, and do it all well (or just good enough)! Shows feature honest, funny chats about motherhood, pop culture, and the crazy act of balancing work and family.


Featured Internet Radio:

TOT's Radio

TOT'S RADIO was created for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. There are children radio stations out on the air but they focus on playing music for children older than 7. When listening to TOT'S RADIO you can hear fun and exciting music to get your little ones moving. Toddlers and Preschoolers use music as a way of developing motor skills and encourage musical interaction with their playmates. This music allows them to dance and learn everything from their number colors and alphabets all while having fun.

New Media Pioneer: Todd DeJarnatt of Jelly Bean Radio aka Captain Jellious P. Bean but you can call him Capt Jelly Bean

Jelly Bean Radio is a kid's show full of stories, songs, games, and adventures. They always guarantee their listeners tons of fun!

Q) Tell us a little bit about your site. What inspired you to start it?

A) We are a site dedicated in having fun, telling stories and playing great kids music. We started the site because Kids type shows were  few and far between.  Shows like Radio Disney which is great focuses on the Older Kids.. We wanted to focus on the kids 0 to 8 years of age. Like the kids we good stories, we like corny jokes and great Kids friendly music.

Q) Why do you believe new media resources (i.e. blogs, podcasts, internet radio stations) have become so popular? How have they been beneficial to artists? How have they been detrimental?

A) I think the new media sources have become so popular because there easy to use. These sources allow people that would not naturally get a chance to feature their music, stories or ideas a place to do that. It is a platform for the artist to grow, make mistakes and shine. It allows the person a chance to try new things that they would not be able to using traditional methods. I dont really see anything detrimental to the artist.

Q) Media 2.0 has changed the way artists communicate with fans. Where do you envision online communication going next? Any thoughts on what Media "3.0" will look like?

A) How it has changed the way artist communicate is a better connect with fans. The fan responds to new projects and this helps fans get excited earlier on up and coming projects. Media 3.0 will probably be more interactive sites and more mobile applications.

Q) What does an artist have to do to get your attention? Are their specific characteristics that you look for?

A) Basically just send my your music, stories, or jokes.  We are looking for all types of music geared for the 0-8 , (kid freindly) We are looking for songs that have a soul, that are fun or have meaning or are educational. We love to dance, laugh, and have good time.

We are at,  Sunday mornings 6am pst and  replay anytime.


About Us

Ariel Hyatt is the founder of Ariel Publicity & Cyber PR, a digital public relations firm that connects clients to the new media including blogs, podcasts, Internet radio stations and social networking sites. Over the past 15 years she has represented over 1,550 musicians and bands.

Educating musicians is her passion and several times a year, she leads workshops teaching her strategy of combining social networking with Internet marketing to help clients grow larger fanbases and earn more money.

The Second Edition of her book Music Success in Nine Weeks is now available and has helped over a thousand musicians navigate the new music marketing landscape. "Sound Advice," her bi-weekly newsletter and Online TV series currently reaches an audience of over 20,000 music professionals. She is a contributing blogger for Music Think Tank, where her series "In Defense of 1,000 True Fans" continues to pick up momentum and comments from artists across the globe.

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Brooklyn, NY 11215

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