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Berklee’s Open Music Initiative

Berklee’s Open Music Initiative

In early June Berklee announced the beginning of the Open Music Initiative (OMI), a collaboration between the Berklee Institute of Creative Entrepreneurship, the M.I.T. Media Lab, and globally renowned design firm IDEO. In addition to the three founding organizations more than sixty partners have...

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Crowding Out Live Music

Crowding Out Live Music

In a recent study of New York, Fabian Holt describes how many small live music venues have come under threat as the market changes and audiences disappear. In London too newspapers report that one-third of the live music scene there has closed in the last ten years. If art has the potential to...

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Insecurity and Live Music

Insecurity and Live Music

Last November, a three-month state of emergency was declared in France after a...

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Back and Forth in China

Back and Forth in China

China, the second largest economy in the world, should be a beacon for the...

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Keeping Track of Music Festivals

Keeping Track of Music Festivals

Summertime is the time of year to unwind under a 95-degree sun. For music fans...

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The Drama of Artist Payments

The Drama of Artist Payments

In recent times, artists/songwriters, who once made their living recording and...

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Gross Margin Blues

Gross Margin Blues

There has been a lot of excitement around streaming lately. At the end of last...

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The Life of Prince

The Life of Prince

Elvis Presley had the Pompadour, James Brown had the cape, and John Lennon had...

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