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In The Summertime, When The Weather Is Hot

In The Summertime, When The Weather Is Hot

Reminiscent of the evolution and survival of life, the music business...

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Big Money Music Finance

Big Money Music Finance

Once upon a time, music companies could afford to spend a great deal of money...

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Going Gaga For a 99-Cent Download

Going Gaga For a 99-Cent Download

Born This Way debuted at no.1 on the Billboard charts with more than 1.1...

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A Berklee Report on Music Industry Salaries

In December 2010, Peter Spellman, head of Berklee’s Career Development...

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Music and Poverty in Mexico

Music and Poverty in Mexico

Famine and colorful cd covers pave the streets of downtown Mexico City. In...

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Editorial 2011

Editorial 2011

This, our final spring release, is brought to you with the warmth of summer...

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Ihno von Hasselt on the Berlin Jazz Festival

Producing, promoting, booking, and ticketing a music festival is, of course,...

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Friction in Live Music

Friction in Live Music

Over the last decade, there has been a shift in artists’ revenues. While...

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Tom Windish: Live Music’s Indie Player

Tom Windish: Live Music’s Indie Player

Booking Agents in the music business are at a turning point in their...

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TV Award Shows: A Young Producer’s Experience

TV Award Shows: A Young Producer’s Experience

Producing an event is like preparing a multi-course meal. You have to plan...

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The Cutting Edge of Mobile Music

The Cutting Edge of Mobile Music

Japan has always been known for its forward thinking in electronic gadgets. ...

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Making Music For Music’s Sake–In France and ...

In the current economy, people have to choose where to spend their money and...

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