This past Tuesday night (2/25/14), WPU music biz students saw a film produced by Joe Mardin about his father, the great producer/arranger Arif Mardin. After the film, Joe was available for Q&A with the students. Steve Leeds, of Sirius Satellite Radio and also a stellar WPU adjunct in the music […]
How do you market an event using social media? Follow WPU’s Music In Social Media II class on its journey figuring out this complicated puzzle for a real event taking place in March.
From Shazam to Pandora, from Aloe Blacc to Rihanna, here’s what happened last week in your music & entertainment industry.
The documentary “The Greatest Ears In Town” about legendary producer Arif Mardin will be shown Tuesday night as part of the Music Management Seminar series. Click on the link to see a trailer and find out details.
A visit to WPU from Pandora’s (and former #1 artist) Tommy Page, LinkedIn tips, the ‘Flappy Bird’ story, an app review and more. Here’s a week’s worth of cool reading at the easy click of your mouse or tap of your finger.
Your Music Biz 101 & More radio show has an official launch date & time – Wednesday, March 5th at 8pm. Composer, musician, consultant, and professor Dr. E Michael Harrington will be guest #1. Click on the link to find out more.
Music Inc. is a cool free app allows players “to take on the role of managing an aspiring musician.” What’s so cool about it? Click on the link and see for yourself.
The WPU Music Biz program features a student-run organization called MEO (Music Entertainment Organization). It is part of the great Student Government Association and puts on music events around campus throughout the year. Click on the link to read a fascinating profile of MEO.
Joel Rodriguez has never been certain about what he wants to do in the future, but he knows that he wants to be a part of the music industry. Check out the profile of this guitarist and WPU Music Biz student.
On February 11, Head of Music Partnerships at Pandora, Tommy Page, spoke to WPU Music Biz students. Highlights from Tommy’s talk, in which he was interviewed by Sirius/XM VP of Talent & Industry Affairs (and WPU faculty member) Steve Leeds, are illustrated here via the WPU Music Biz program’s Twitter and Instagram accounts.