Top entertainment attorney Don Passman talks about how the music industry will continue to evolve in the next few years for artists and shares some details about what is inside the eighth edition of his book “All You Need to Know about the Music Business.”
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Casey Rae talked about the potential effects of the Time Warner Cable/Comcast merger, Twitter’s Head of Music decoded Twitter’s recent deal with 300 Entertainment, and Sam Phillips talked about adapting to the music industry to build a sustainable career.
Dave Rose of Deep South Entertainment shares some practical advice for artists about building a loyal fan base and a successful career that balances solid business and marketing strategies with creating great music, live and in the studio.
A tech executive talked about the subscription-based streaming music model, “The Guardian” explained why unpaid interns may be bad for the music industry, and BIllboard analyzed the U.S. cities with the most music business opportunities.
A former unpaid Atlantic Records intern sued Warner Music Group, The Guardian examined how universities are preparing aspiring artists and music industry entrepreneurs for music as a career, and the GRAMMY FutureNOW music conference was announced.
The Rhapsody founder laid out the real cost of digital piracy, the head of A2IM talked about why artists must diversify to survive, and Billy Corgan discussed how an industry-wide obsession with fame is ruining music.