Click and listen to the College Radio Day compilation album from 2012. The Civil Wars, Blues Traveler, and more! Go on now. Do it!
In this episode of the Music Biz 101 & More radio show, Al Cohen, ACM Records founder, talks about the revenue streams for independent record labels, entrepreneurship in the music industry, his lawsuit with the Academy of Country Music (ACM), and much, much more.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up with Snapchat’s CEO, a big radio contest winner, indie concert promoters, bad business managers, and more. Click, for heaven’s sake! Click!
William Paterson University’s own All Mac Project, led by Pop Major Allison McKenzie, is the winner of the Music Biz 101 & More Theme Song Contest. What do they get? Click & find out!
Nordoff-Robbins music therapy utilizes the power of music to assist individuals with personal growth and development. Read this post by Masters student Katie Sundstrom to see how therapists make music with clients, not for them.
Find out the winner of the Music Biz 101 & More Radio Show theme song contest on Wednesday, December 17th during the 8 o’clock hour. Click for details about how to stream the show live!!
NJ Symphony Orchestra personnel manager Jim Neglia will rock as the guest on this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show. Click to see how to listen live over the invisible airwaves or via that worldwide web. It’s gonna be a good one!
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up with Diplo, the story of Reddit, YouTube vs. Vine and money for both, a big radio contest announcement, Ghostface Killah, Slipknot, and more. Click!
Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son is a group of talented musicians who released their first full-length album in June, 2014. Here’s WP Music Biz student Jess Frank’s review of their album. If you haven’t listened to it yet, you really definitely should.
WP Music Biz Faculty Member & KISS Business Manager Aaron Van Duyne and his wife, Jacqueline, were recently canonized in the video below for their contributions to Chilton Medical Center in Pequannock. Click, watch, and learn more about one of your music business professors.