Jeremy Wineberg is the co-founder of Heard Well, a label that bridges the digital and physical divide in a whole new way. Heard Well distributes compilations from YouTube stars like Connor Franta, but exclusively sells physical packages and digital downloads. We asked him about the label; his previous project, the Music Tee, and why ten year olds are willing to buy CDs even though they don't know how to play them.
With labels and the music industry offering less and less support, managers have become the linchpin of most artists' teams. But except for those who give up 50% equity to join mega-management groups like Red Light, most managers are left with no road map and little support. Faction hopes to change all that.
Hypebot will host its third New York City Music and Tech Meetup tonight Monday February 1st from 6-8PM at Shelter in Williamsburg. The event will also serve as a launch party for co-host Cortney Harding's great new book How We Listen Now: Essays and Conversations About Music and Technology.
Hypebot will host its third New York City Music and Tech Meetup on Monday, February 1, 2016 from 6-8PM at Shelter in Williamsburg. The event will also serve as a launch party for co-host Cortney Harding's new book How We Listen Now: Essays and Conversations About Music and Technology. RSVP info below.
As Spotify, Apple Music, Rhapsody, Deezer and others fight to gain new subscribers, they use a variety of tactics including free music, extended trials and deep short term discounts. But a new survey suggests that mobile bundling may be a more effective way to gain users, and confirms why mobile carriers need to be more aggressive with their music offering.
We've been asking some of the new music industry's best and brightest for their top 2015 launches in music tech. Here, Nick Rizzuto, the Marketing Manager at digital marketing agency Fame House, shares his top 5.
It's been a busy year in the ever-turbulent world of music technology, with heavy hitters working to maintain the appeal of their services to fickle users, while newcomers to the industry work to make a name for themselves amidst a sea of startups, each claiming to be the music industry's savior. Here we look at several notable companies/ideas from 2015.
Bright Antenna Records is looking for an experienced Product Manager to join their indie label team. Jampilfy is hiring a Director of Business Development, and digital music marketer CyberPr is hiring an assistant publicist. More on these gigs and others on Hypebot's Music Industry Jobs Board.
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