Digital music marketing firm CyberPr is hiring a NYC based assistant publicist. Founder Ariel Hyatt says she's looking for "a strong writer who is also a detail-oriented multi-tasker to assist with blogger PR campaigns for independent musicians." More on this gig and others on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board.
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Regularly uploading new content to your YouTube channel is an important part of maintaining fan interest, but you only have so many songs to post, and music videos generally come with a hefty price tag attached. Here are five different types of videos that will keep listeners engaged but are comparatively easy to create.
Music sales tracking firm BuzzAngle reports that Adele's "25" sold 3,327,992 total albums in its first week of release. Nielsen Music put the number slightly higher at 3.38 million. Sales were split almost equally between physical and digital with “25” representing an amazing 67.1% of total sales in the Top 200 last week.
This week on MusicThinkTank, we hear how millennials feel about recorded music, pick up some tips on the best way to behave at a concert, and how indie artists can utilize YouTube, plus much more.
When a band enters the recording studio they typically sign a "split sheet," a document which specifies each person's contributions and ownership percentage on a given track. This often isn't a sufficiently detailed agreement however, and artists should make an effort to take further legal precautions in order to avoid issues down the road.
Music videos continue to be one of the best ways to introduce potential fans to your band, but simply posting content on platforms like YouTube and Vevo is no guarantee it will get the kind of attention you're hoping for. This article looks at what you can do to attract viewers and ensure your hard work isn't wasted.