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 “They Call Me Supermensch” Shep Gordon offers a fascinating and entertaining look at his life and remarkably legendary career in film, food, and music. Click here to learn more.
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!
It’s a great question. The answer is you definitely maybe need to. Which means, well, it’s different for everyone. Click and see if you can figure this out.
Do the bankruptcies of Sears and Toys R Us mean something to the radio business? Is Netflix simply Blockbuster Pt. II, bound to fail because it’s just so damn big? Click to read and find out.
Lindsey Buckingham vs. Fleetwood Mac – Buckingham has sued his former bandmates of 44 years. What can we learn from this? Click for a deep dive!
Here’s a comparison of 1988 vs. 2018, from market share to genre type, from sales to streams. Click and see how the industry has changed!
(From L to R: 300 Entertainment’s Mark Robinson, WPU’s Dr. Steve Marcone, and WPU’s Professor David Kirk Philp) On September 20, 2018, the head of Legal and Business Affairs at 300 Entertainment, Mark Robinson, made his first visit to William Paterson University as the Music & Entertainment Industry program’s 2018/2019 […]
Click and read a Live Nation white paper, which explains how concert and festival fans feel about the live experience. It’s a good read, so read it!
Click to read this recap of an interview with Joyce Smith, manager of the Rolling Stones since 2010. There are lessons for up and coming managers, so read!