Several virtual internships - location is not a problem - are available at Hypebot, MusicThinkTank and our sister company, booking agency Skyline Music. These are unpaid positions with flexible hours. We can usually meet the requirements needed for college credit, and an internship can be created to suite your goals and interests.
[UPDATED] Sneak Attack is looking for a Social Media Manager, Steve Aoki's Dim Mak wants to hire a Director of Public Relations plus Stones Throw Records and Billions are hiring. Find these and more on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board.
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Roll Call Records is hoping to hire a day to day manager and Partisan Records is seeking a Director of Marketing. Details and other available jobs on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board. HIRING? Here's how to post your job:
Partisan Records is seeking a Director of Marketing. The Brooklyn based indie label is home to Deer Tick, Heartless Bastards and more. Details and other available jobs on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board. HIRING? Here's how to post your job:
New on our Jobs Board are a music projects manager for NYC's Night Owl Productions, a biz dev job at live music analytics leader Jamplify and a talent buyer for LA's Citrus' venues. Click on each link to learn more and find more on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board. HIRING? Here's how to post your job:
New on our Jobs Board are a business development position at live music analytics leader Jamplify and a talent buyer for LA based Citrus' venues Mrs. Fish and Perch LA. Click on each link to learn more and find more on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board. HIRING? Here's how to post your job for $29:
The connotation of the word "intern" is now changing as it has gone from "free worker" to "paid temp employee" thanks to a class action lawsuit on behalf of 3,000 former unpaid interns that felt abused by the system. Bobby Owsinski takes a closer look on Music 3.0
In the age of digital media, there is very little that we cannot do over the internet. If you are a musician, the internet will be your most valuable tool to send information out to the masses. It can also be a very cost effective and efficient way to get publicity. Email interviews can be a great opportunity for any artist, but in order for it to convey the correct message your answers have to be answered properly. With many email interviews under her belt, Brooke Segarra shares in this article the proper etiquette when conducting your next email interview.
The New Musical Express (NME) has compiled an impressive list of the weirdest band names of 2015. Alongside that list, they posted their reaction to the name, their expectations, and their first impressions. While some of the bands lived up to their not-so-great names, a couple served as reminders to never judge a book by its cover - or a band by its name.
As a touring musician, it's nice to have the financial stability that a day job can provide. Finding a job flexible enough to allow you to leave for several weeks or months at a time is crucial while you develop your career as a successful musician. The following five jobs are some of the best options for touring musicians based on their scheduling flexibility and regular hiring availability.
Hypebot.com & Skyline Music Agency | Internship Openings
Are you looking for a way to get your foot in the door with a music agency or gain experience digital marketing? Hypebot.com and Skyline Music Agency are seeking to fill two internship positions open to collegiate students or young professionals interested in learning more about how to successfully be a part of today’s music industry.
The music industry is one of the few industries that most people learn all of the tricks of the trade outside of a classroom. However, most of those insider tricks are learned through unpaid opportunities of internships or even playing gigs for free. In the midst of working hard for little to no compensation, you may begin to question what the balance is for giving free labor in exchange for experience and exposure. David Reeves shares the trade-off and potential challenges when trying to work in the music industry for free.