Harlan Frey, Atlantic Records SVP of Touring & Artist Development, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Click to stream this repeat show!
Boston Symphony Orchestra principal flutist Elizabeth Rowe is suing for unequal pay because she’s a woman. In this case, should she win? Here’s our 2 cents.
In this week’s Music Biz wrap up, we learn about a sexism lawsuit with the BSO and also what BSO stands for (as an acronym). Give a click and grow. You owe it to yourself, don’t ya?
Jake Posner, manager of ARIZONA, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. He’ll talk about what he does, their deal with Atlantic, and more! Click!!!
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we provide access to women in music, pay for top radio DJs, Logan Paul’s babysitter, and more. You must click! Now!
Surprisingly, the people who make the most money in radio are not the kind you hear from a boom box. We take a look at the top 5 and do a nice comparison. Give a click. Go on. It’s a short read.
In this week’s Music Biz wrap up, we take a look at lessons from a Warner Music Group visit. We’re offered links and find out about pianist Bill Charlap is up to. Give a click and learn a thing or three.
The music business is made up of more than just the 3 major labels. So where do the Big 3 fit in as 2019 comes our way? We take a look and break it down. Give a click, why don’t ya!
300 Entertainment’s Mark Robinson, who is Head of Business & Legal Affairs, is this week’s radio show guest. Click to stream it live and learn a thang or two!
Why do we want to compare a gubernatorial campaign to DIY artists? Because there are lessons billionaires can teach us. Click and read and figure this out!