Audio Spotlight

Friday May 29th, 2015

Audio Recap: Why Curation Will Save the Music Industry

Written by Bobby Nall

Listen to the 2015 SXSW Music Conference panel Why Curation Will Save the Music Industry with panelists Scott Cohen (The Orchard), Gary Stewart (Trunkworthy), and Chris Becherer (Rdio) and moderator Tim Stickelbrucks (Saint Elmo's Entertainment) as they discuss the successes, challenges, and future of digital music curation....

Thursday May 14th, 2015

Audio Recap: Public Relations, Public Radio, & Music

Written by Bobby Nall

The sprawling world of public radio in the US can be a challenging entity to pitch your music to. With huge audiences (12-13 million/week!), and wildly eclectic musical tastes represented, the potential for exposure on NPR is fantastic, but according to the insiders here, you really need to tailor your...

Friday May 8th, 2015

Audio Recap: Independent Labels Then & Now at SXSW Music 2015

Written by Rory Burbeck

The landscape for independent record labels has changed quite a bit over the last several decades. An expert team of people with first-hand experience on the topic assembled for a discussion at the 2015 SXSW Music Conference.

The panel - which included Sire Records co-founders Seymour Stein and Richard Gottehrer,...

Thursday Apr 23rd, 2015

Audio Recap: Life Beyond YouTube - Maximizing Your Monetization Opportunities

Written by Bobby Nall

As 2015 brings in the 10th year of YouTube, it’s more important than ever for artists to take charge of their online video presence. But as moderator Ted Cohen (Managing Partner, TAG Strategic) points out, it hasn’t always been a copacetic (and profitable) arrangement between artists, labels, rights holders...

Tuesday Mar 10th, 2015

Four on the Floor: European Acts That Aren’t British

Written by John Stizza

In the world of pop music, the words “British Invasion” are among the first we think of when we consider acts from outside the United States, particularly from within Europe. But Europe has far more to offer than just British brilliance, especially in today’s industry. Here are four official ...

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