Fans Insert Their Photos Into Band’s Interactive Music Video

Fans Insert Their Photos Into Band’s Interactive Music Video
technology

Canadian band Jets Overhead creates a ‘social music video’ by incorporating fan submissions.

Ryan Gerhardt
  • 7 january 2013

While the world is becoming more digital and social by the minute, it is surprising to think that something as creative as music videos have changed very little since ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’ debuted in 1981. The decline in music album sales is definitely a contributing factor, with artists having less money to spend on a new, risky video formats, but Jets Overhead is out to change that.

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