Do we really need The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame?

According to producer, engineer, and coach Bob Owsinski, the parameters of what qualifies a musician for The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame seems to have been watered down over. Continue reading

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How a single music discovery platform could change the world

With the right new process, this new music discovery can change the music business. . A guest post by  David Sherbow of My Life With Music. What if artists, musicians, indie. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Music experts put their two cents in on topics like old music pushing out new music, abandoning frozen mechanical rates, and more. Radio needs a new model, says Dropkick Murphy’s. Continue reading

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New music has become a bad business model. Can radio (or anything) change that?

Much has been written recently about how new music is being crowded out by older music. Radio guru Fred Jacobs digs deep into the problem and some possible solutions if. Continue reading

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Is old new music REALLY crowding out new music? [Fred Jacobs]

“Old music now represents 70% of the US music market. Even worse: the new music market is actually shrinking,” That stat and statement caused a firestorm. But Is old music. Continue reading

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Reasons for abandoning frozen mechanical rates at the Copyright Royalty Board are growing [Chris Castle]

“In a recent comment, I called the Copyright Royalty Board the ‘cornucopia of chaos’ which it is at least on the mismanaged mechanical royalty rates,” writes Chris Castle. Op-ed by. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Here are some must-read commentary from this past week including topics like new demographic marketing strategies, do women belong in rock and roll, and more. ‘He plays guitar like a. Continue reading

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Should music marketing focus more on older generations?

The demographics of radio listeners and music fans are changing, and so must marketing strategies. A guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies. As we know, things tend. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Hear from music industry wizards including the wise words of David Bowie in this week’s music commentary recap. 2021 major label revenue surged, but what does it mean? [Mark Mulligan]. Continue reading

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Tunecore’s CEO on how fans, social media are leveling the playing field for all musicians

How independent artists are becoming successful by new ways. of rereleasing and promoting their music. A guest post by Andreea Gleeson, CEO of Tunecore. INDIE ARTISTS ARE ON THE RISE. Continue reading

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