Emmanuel Zunz of ONErpm talks about how the music distribution landscape has evolved in the Digital Age and shares some tips for indie artists looking to establish partnerships with music distributors that will help them market and sell their recordings.
Songwriter, composer and producer Christopher Tyng discusses the realities and challenges of the DIY movement and shares information about how artists can get involved with the Grow Music Project.
Casey Rae, Interim Executive Director of the Future of Music Coalition talks about music copyright laws, addressing the needs of artists and creators in the Digital Age and the 2013 Future of Music Summit.
Professional music photographer Jason Gardner discusses his process for getting great band photos.
New-York-based Vocal Coach Melissa Cross discusses some best practices and some worst practices for vocalists.
Musician, author and manager Dave Kusek discusses his work with BerkleeOnline and Music Power Network.
Jim Garcia of the well-known cover band The Nerds discusses how his group has made a living playing over 200 dates a year for over twenty years.
Gregg Nadel from Atlantic Records / F-stop music discusses modern-day Artists and Repertoire and how bands are developed at labels.
John Wozniak of Marcy Playground talks about the experience of writing a hit song, recording and getting signed to a major label. He also shares his thoughts on how the industry — and in particular radio — has changed for artists since the 1990s.
Mike Morsell, Senior VP of Brand Strategy at Brand.com talks about why musicians need to manage their reputation in order to build a brand in the Digital Age and shares some best practices for maintaining a positive online profile.