Artists Debate Music Piracy With Times Square Billboard
Indie band Ghost Beach has an ad above the American Eagle store that calls on people to pick a side.
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: