Have you ever thought about who’s affected when a tour is cancelled? Kind of like the human collateral damage of the U.S./China trade war, there is similar pain for people working a tour. Here we list many who get hurt and why. Click and read.
In this week’s music business wrap up, we take a look at the lack of female artists in top festivals and how people like Lisa Barbaris and organizations like She Is The Music are trying to fix that. Click and find out more!
Recorded music revenues are back in the black, which is great news. Yet some are focusing on past success. Can’t we just let that go and be happy now? Click and give your opinion.
As iHeart Media plans for a $100 million IPO, we look into the future of the company, and radio, and see how the paradigm can be shifted back to the future. Click and enjoy.
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?
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.
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!
The top 25 disruptors and innovators in music list is out. But what’s wrong with it? And what is a disruptor vs. just good PR? Click and find out!
Billboard’s 2019 Power 100 list is out. We go through the list and discuss how it reflects today’s music industry correctly. And what it gets wrong. Click and read. Mmmkay?
In this week’s Music Biz 101 wrap up, we hear a podcast from ARIZONA manager Jake Posner and compare 2018 video game sales to music & movies. Click and read this masterpiece!