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Tune Takeout Signs Live Recording Deal with Blues Sensation Samantha Fish

ShotTracker, The Latest in Basketball Innovation, Improves Shooting Performance

For years, cyclists and runners have relied on devices to measure performance and track their improvement, but basketball technology has lagged behind. Until now, that is. ShotTracker is the first piece of affordable, wearable technology for basketball players who want to improve their shooting performance.

Eight More Innovative Companies Selected for Assistance by Digital Sandbox KC

Eight more companies have joined the ranks of innovative Kansas City entrepreneurs selected for resources and assistance by Digital Sandbox KC. These companies will receive early-stage proof of concept support to help bring their ideas to commercialization.

Digital Sandbox Approves Funding for Four More Innovations

Tune Takeout Set to Record and Distribute the FanAddict Crossroads Music Festival September 14, 2013

FanAddict and SpiceofLife Productions, festival organizers, partner with Tune Takeout to sell downloads of the festivals’ live music performances

Local Ruckus Announces Sprint Partnership, Hires Tech Talent

Local Ruckus Announces Sprint Partnership, Hires Tech Talent

Digital Sandbox Helps DivvyHQ Secure Venture Capital Funding

DivvyHQ (Alluresoft, LLC) has received funding from Digital Sandbox KC and Dundee Venture Capital of Omaha, Neb., to ramp up marketing and operations for the cloud-based content planning platform. Featured in New York Publication

Photography by Brandon Schatz of was featured on the cover of New York City’s Metro newspaper. The photo featured The Color Run in Brooklyn.

KCPT Showcases Digital Sandbox

Startups, Made in Kansas City on KCPT provide an in-depth look at how Digital Sandbox and KCSourceLink support the startup community.

Digital Sandbox Company Selected for TechStars Patriot Boot Camp

Brandon Schatz of has been selected for the TechStars Patriot Boot Camp, scheduled for July 17-19 in Washington, D.C.