Aretha Franklin’s passing can provide opportunity for her heirs and also for those in the DIY music space. Here are ways to sell more tickets to your gigs. Click!
Based upon our lengthy Music Biz 101 & More radio show/podcast interview with Scooter Braun, we came up with some lessons students of the music & entertainment industry can learn. Click and read. Which ones are new to you?
Here are three key negotiating tips from entrepreneur/music manager Scooter Braun that can help others make better deals. Click. Read. Listen.
Bruce Houghton, founder of Skyline Artist Agency, spoke at a webinar recently from the perspective of a booking agent. Click and read to understand what he’s looking for and what DIY artists can do to get on an booking agent’s radar.
Mark Robinson, Sr. VP of Business and Legal Affairs at 300 Entertainment, visited William Paterson University’s 2018 Music Management Seminar Series on April 24, 2018. Click to watch this video interview conducted by SiriusXM’s Steve Leeds.
Larry Mestel, president of Primary Wave Music, visited William Paterson University’s 2018 Music Management Seminar Series on April 3, 2018. Here are the great notes you want to read.
Colleen Theis, COO of The Orchard, visited William Paterson University’s Music Entertainment Industries program on March 20, 2018 as part of the Music Management Seminar Series. Click to read notes taken during the discussion.
Orchard COO Colleen Theis visits William Paterson University Tuesday, March 20, 2018 as part of the 2018 Music Management Seminar Series. Click to see where, what time, and how you can participate.
The Warner Music Group (WMG) comes to WPU (William Paterson University) on Tuesday, March 6, 2018 to give an information session to students interested in the music & entertainment industry. You know what? You should go.
Richard Sanders, CEO of music streaming service Tidal, will be the featured guest of Professor Steve Leeds and the 2018 Music Management Seminar Series on Tuesday, February 27, 2018. The interview will begin at 8PM. The series is free and open to the public.