Music Biz 101 & More is the only radio show in America that focuses on the business side of the music & entertainment worlds. Hosted by William Paterson University’s Dr. Stephen Marcone & Professor David Philp, the show airs each Wednesday at 8pm on WPSC-FM, Brave New Radio. In this podcast episode, Karl Guthrie, entertainment attorney extraordinaire, dishes about artist recording contracts that your co-hosts didn’t know, the textbooks don’t know, and, apparently, most other entertainment attorneys don’t know.
William Paterson University Music Department will showcase the musical talents of its faculty and students, from jazz to classical, at Collage!, a gala concert event on Saturday, April 26, in the Shea Center for Performing Arts on campus at 7:30 p.m. Click for more some cool pics and more info!
This past Tuesday night (2/25/14), WPU music biz students saw a film produced by Joe Mardin about his father, the great producer/arranger Arif Mardin. After the film, Joe was available for Q&A with the students. Steve Leeds, of Sirius Satellite Radio and also a stellar WPU adjunct in the music […]
How do you market an event using social media? Follow WPU’s Music In Social Media II class on its journey figuring out this complicated puzzle for a real event taking place in March.
The WPU Music Biz program features a student-run organization called MEO (Music Entertainment Organization). It is part of the great Student Government Association and puts on music events around campus throughout the year. Click on the link to read a fascinating profile of MEO.
On February 11, Head of Music Partnerships at Pandora, Tommy Page, spoke to WPU Music Biz students. Highlights from Tommy’s talk, in which he was interviewed by Sirius/XM VP of Talent & Industry Affairs (and WPU faculty member) Steve Leeds, are illustrated here via the WPU Music Biz program’s Twitter and Instagram accounts.
From Super Bowl songs to unplugged instruments to a cover boy possibly buying Twitter followers, here’s what happened last week in the Music & Entertainment industry.
While the 56th Grammy Awards took over the streets of Hollywood on January 26th, Music Biz students from WPU were busy taking over Twitter. Below, you’ll see some of the expressive comments made between students