NARM’s president Jim Donio talks about the organization’s mission, how the music industry has changed since the digital shift and what artists can do to take charge of their own careers.
Tom Silverman, head of TommyBoy Entertainment and a principal executive of the New Music Seminar talks about what artists need to do from a business and artistic perspective to succeed in the changing music climate.
Entertainment attorney Barry Heyman shares a recent article he wrote about upcoming changes in the Copyright Act and what these changes mean for the music industry.
Kevin Weaver, Executive VP of Atlantic Records talks about recent changes in the sync licensing market and how modern music placement works.
Melinda Lee, co-founder of Uncensored Interview and Deputy GM of Getty Images Music discusses the complexity of music licensing and the more artist-friendly music industry of the future.
Music business attorney Chris Castle talks about how important music-related legislation will affect the music industry and shares some advice for DIY artists that want to manage their own rights.
Bill Wilson, Vice President of Digital Strategy and Business Development for NARM shares 10 tips for those who want to start a music-based company.
Rich Bengloff, President of A2IM talks about the organization’s mission and some advice he has for DIY artists trying to build successful careers.
J. Edward Keyes, Editor in Chief of eMusic talks about how new and emerging artists can get noticed by music industry decision makers.
Record Deals in 2011 – Less available and seemingly wanted more in the last few years.