The 2015 Music Management Seminar Series, hosted by the Music Management Department at William Paterson University, welcomes Atlantic Records Chairman/COO Julie Greenwald Tuesday night, March 3rd, at 8:00. It’s FREE – so you should go. Click for details.
Want to hear the best Music Biz 101 & More podcasts? Here you go. Part I brings you the cream of the crop. You are guaranteed to learn lots of stuff! So click and take your pick!
Entries due March 3rd for your Brave-athon 2015 Contest. Click to find out how your band (or you as a solo human being) can perform live on college radio! Hurry before it’s too late!
Talent agent Adam Kornfeld, who’s worked with Billy Joel, Andrew Dice Clay, Metallica, and more is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. Want to get gigs? Want to know how talent agents book gigs for their artists? Then listen to this. Click to find out how.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, the special Oscars edition. From Hollywood’s top companies to Composing The Folk Music of a Made-Up Country & more, we say, Click Away!
The Academy Awards are watched by over a billion people each year. Baseball is over a $1 billion business. What can musicians learn from recent changes in the Oscar ceremony and rule changes in baseball? More than you’d expect. Click and give this a try. You’ll get it pretty quickly.
To kick off William Paterson University’s 2015 Music Management Seminar Series, Live Nation VP Marketing Donna Eichmeyer spoke to a full house. Click to see a recap, composed almost entirely of tweets and Instagram posts. It’s brilliant, so do it.
Here’s your weekly Music/Entertainment Industry social media wrap-up, from a mean Taylor Swift to innovative companies to tweets that can ruin lives, and more. Oh, you must click immediately. Go on now. Do it!
George Dassinger, music industry PR expert, talks about how musicians can break through the noise and tell their story in this revealing interview. Click and listen and learn. Then go out there and make us proud!
Jump in before everyone else. Twitter Video For Musicians talks about the ease of this functionality (that’s a big word!). Click, read, and comment. Most important – Give Twitter Video a try!