Probably the biggest news of last week was Spotify and Universal agreeing to terms on a licensing deal, apparently one that is “long term.” What does this mean? Click.
Eric Van Wagner, audio instructor at Groove U in Columbus, Ohio, sat down for this interview to talk music and how to start a school from scratch. Listen to Music Biz student Jess Frank lead the way on this. Click.
In this episode, our student co-host Joseph Pomarico brings on Jason Ross, CEO of Trusun Media Inc. and TSM Studio, to talk about starting his own recording studio, being an entrepreneur, and much more.
Deborah Newman is a digital music consultant and attorney. She talks about starting in college radio, life in the music industry as a woman in the 70’s and 80’s, and copyright. Click!
We had a great time talking to Eric Tobin, VP of Business Development and A&R for Hopeless Records in Nashville at the MUSIC BIZ 2016 Conference! Mr. Tobin discussed how the label got its name, how Hopeless signs bands, 360 Deals, and much more! Click.
In this podcast, Donna Eichmeyer, Marketing VP of Live Nation, talks about using radio to market shows, marketing a music festival, how to be a successful intern, and more. Click now!
In this Music Biz 101 & More podcast, Universal Music’s Harry Weinger talks about UMe, the catalog division of Universal Music which he works for, the value of experience, producing reissues, and more.
George Dassinger, PR expert, will guest on this week’s Music Biz 101 & More radio show. Click to find how you can stream and listen live! Meanwhile, you’ll learn about how to get your story to break through all of the noise. Tune in!
In this episode, Dr. Rob Quicke, the brains and boss behind the #1 college radio station in the U.S., WPSC, discusses the genesis of College Radio Day and how to put together large-scale events. He also talks about how he licensed the College Radio Day album. Click and listen if you’re into radio and da music biz!