iCLOUD: The Devil is in the Details

On June 6th of this year, at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple announced at last plans for its iCloud service. Music, digital books, applications, photos…

The G8 and Copyright

On May 27-28, the heads of state of the eight most industrialized nations got together in Deauville, France to discuss world issues at the G8…

Pandora’s IPO

Monetization of the music digital space has been slow and is yet to provide consolation for the dearth of revenue in the industry. But the…

Still Crazy After All These Years

Games Audio Engineer Marc Senasac

Still Crazy After All These Years Marc Senasac is Senior Music Engineer at Sony Computer Entertainment. He has worked on Disney productions, engineered the critically…

Rebellion of the Masses

  Creativity and Music on the Internet The Internet’s growth has had a dramatic impact on the music industry.  As it became more accessible, services…

Big Money Music Finance

Big Money Music Finance

Once upon a time, music companies could afford to spend a great deal of money on artist production and development through the revenue generated by…

Editorial August 2011

Finally, the summer edition of the Music Business Journal is here, offering a set of industry reports that are both enlightening and engaging.  The fundamental…

Talk To Me (Through Social Media)

Social media, in all its varieties, is making a big impact on consumer buying habits and becoming a legitimate promotional medium for businesses of every…

Amazon in the Cloud, Athena frost, Music Business Journal

Amazon In The Cloud

The launch of Amazon Inc.’s new cloud drive and cloud player services has both the tech world and the music industry in a frenzy. Although…

The Cloud: Yet Up In The Air

With all the recent activity in the digital music world, it is no surprise that investors have been attracted to the concept of cloud-based services.…