Artists Debate Music Piracy With Times Square Billboard

Artists Debate Music Piracy With Times Square Billboard
technology

Indie band Ghost Beach has an ad above the American Eagle store that calls on people to pick a side.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 march 2013

Brooklyn indie band Ghost Beach has taken over a billboard in Times Square for two weeks to debate piracy. American Eagle approached the band to use one of their songs, in exchange for a fee and access to the billboard. They decided to use it for a discussion about unauthorized file sharing, directing people to a website called Artists vs Artists. The NY Times writes:

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