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.
J. Edward Keyes, Editor in Chief of eMusic talks about how new and emerging artists can get noticed by music industry decision makers.
An Interview with Sean Beavan- Producer, Mixer and Musician who has worked with Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson, Guns and Roses, Unwritten Law and placed tons of his own work in film and TV.
Part two of an interview Andy Karp- the former head of A&R at Atlantic discusses his career at major labels and how the landscape is changing.
Andy Karp, former head of A&R at Atlantic discusses his career at major labels and the mindset of the major labels during tumultuous times.
The first article I wrote about the music business in 1998… It’s about as out of place on this blog as doing the Twist at a Rave.
Matt Lunsford – the president and founder of Polyvinyl Records discusses how his business has evolved over the last several years.