Traditional broadcast radio is in trouble. It needs to stop drinking its own Kool Aid, support recording artists, and pretend the future is now. But is it too late?
Mike Greene, ADA Sr. Director of Digital Strategy & Marketing, is this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show guest. We’ll learn about ADA, marketing & more!
For the second year in a row, Billboard Magazine, the music industry’s top trade publication, has named William Paterson University’s Music & Entertainment Industries program one of the nation’s best. Click for details!
What happens when a band breaks up? Who owns the name? Was there a contract? When does a band need a contract? Click. Read. Know. Be a smart person.
Kate Hyman, executive vice president of A&R at Bertelsmann Music Group (BMG), talks about what A&R is, her experiences growing up in an industry dominated by men, and more. Click to watch this great interview!
John Strohm, President of Rounder Records, is this week’s radio show guest. We’ll talk about his pivot from musician to label head – and more! Click to listen live!!
It’s time to get inspired. Click to read some articles and watch some video that will hopefully help you travel farther than you think you can go.
Interviews with RCA’s Co-President Joe Ricitelli, BMG’s VP Kate Hyman, and more execs last week provided some major lessons. They are shared here. Give a click and give a read!
Marcie Allen, Founder of MAC Presents and expert in facilitating partnerships between bands and brands, is this week’s radio show guest. Click to listen live and possibly learn how you can do this too with your music.
We’ve grown accustomed to the faces of The Big Three: UMG, Sony and WMG. But isn’t it really The Big Five? if not, how do we get there? Click to find out!