Matthew Adell, Chief Digital Officer of Native Instruments talks about Sounds.com, his thoughts on music technology, the modern music producer, and more. Click and give a good, hard listen.
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest Roy LaManna, the Co-Founder and CEO of Vydia along with Jenna Gaudio, the VP of Product Management for Vydia. Listen in to learn!
This episode, recorded on location in Nashville, features special guest, Darryl Ballantyne, the CEO and Co-Founder of LyricFind which licenses and synchronizes lyrics to companies like Amazon, Google, Apple, and many more. Click to listen!
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.
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.
Cardi B has risen above the norm as a new female rapper. But was signing a million-dollar publishing deal the right way to go? Click to find out more!
Ben Weinman, guitarist & band leader of Dillinger Escape Plan, head of indie label Party Smasher, Inc. and Kimbra manager, is this week’s radio show guest! Click to listen live.
In this final Music Biz 101 Wrap Up of 2017, we look into whether Christmas music helps or hurts business, the Russian Rap music scene, how a 90 year old author gets her energy, and we get some tips from Muse Tour Manager Dom Anderson. Click!!
For over a year, rumors have been circulating that Apple has been planning to terminate its iTunes store to shift its focus towards streaming. But now, after purchasing Shazam for $400 million, it’s official – no more iTunes. Read to find out what’s happening to your collection of downloads!