Glen Barros, COO of Concord Music, is this week’s radio show guest. Can Concord become as big as the Big 3? What is a COO? Click to listen live!
Recorded music revenues are back in the black, which is great news. Yet some are focusing on past success. Can’t we just let that go and be happy now? Click and give your opinion.
Listen to tonight’s pre-recorded Music Biz 101 & More Live! event from February. Guests are from Elektra Records, Live Nation, 300 Entertainment and Warner Music Artist Services. Click and listen!
As iHeart Media plans for a $100 million IPO, we look into the future of the company, and radio, and see how the paradigm can be shifted back to the future. Click and enjoy.
Kobalt VP of Creative Jamie McLaughlin Kinelski is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. What is Kobalt? Can she sign me? Click to listen live!
Traditional broadcast radio is in trouble. It needs to stop drinking its own Kool Aid, support recording artists, and pretend the future is now. But is it too late?
Mike Greene, ADA Sr. Director of Digital Strategy & Marketing, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. We’ll learn about ADA, marketing & more!
For the second year in a row, Billboard Magazine, the music industry’s top trade publication, has named William Paterson University’s Music & Entertainment Industries program one of the nation’s best. Click for details!
What happens when a band breaks up? Who owns the name? Was there a contract? When does a band need a contract? Click. Read. Know. Be a smart person.
Kate Hyman, executive vice president of A&R at Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG), talks about what A&R is, her experiences growing up in an industry dominated by men, and more. Click to watch this great interview!