Concerns For DIY Musicians Income After Congressional Interview For Music Modernization Act

The Music Modernization Act passed the U.S. House this week and is headed for the Senate. Here Dae Bogan recounts how providing the Principle Analyst of the Congressional Budget office. Continue reading

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WED. BRIEF: EVR Raises $20M To Expand MelodyVR • YouTube’s Best.Cover.Ever • Pollstar Live Lineup • Sonos • More

WEDNESDAY 10.25.17 Music Business News From Around The Web Is the money flowing into VR, AR and live video draining resources need elsewhere in music tech? And I'm taking bets. Continue reading

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Roger Waters Helms A Musical Resistance

In the wake of the political and social turmoil which currently grips the United States has caused a number of artists to use their music as way of speaking out,. Continue reading

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How Music Conferences Perpetuate The Industry’s Gender Parity Crisis

Although conferences present an opportunity to improve on the issues of gender parity that permeate much of the music industry, this close look at the numbers presented by Cherie Hu. Continue reading

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What Does All Of This Action On Healthcare Mean For Musicians?

Musicians, by the nature of their craft are often self-employed and under capitalized making them particularly vulnerable to changes in health care and insurance. But there is so much noise. Continue reading

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The Shopkeeper: A Must See For The Artist Rights Movement [Video]

This documentary explores music producer Mark Hallman's struggle to keep his recording studio open even as the music industry changes and evolves in the age of home recording software and. Continue reading

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FOR SALE: Rolling Stone Magazine

Iconic music and political magazine Rolling Stone is for sale.  Founded by Jann Wenner in 1967, Wenner Media sold a 49% stake to Singapore's Bandland Technologies in 2016.  Wenner has retained Methuselah Advisors to. Continue reading

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Indie Label Triple Crown Records Signs with The Orchard

Indie rock label Triple Crown Records has signed a distribution deal with The Orchard.  Founded by Fred Feldman in 1997 and based in New York City, Triple Crown is responsible. Continue reading

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CD Baby Donates Share Of Digital Sales To Hurricane Relief: ‘Using Music To Benefit Others’

 All this week, CD Baby is donating the net proceeds from all digital sales on the CD Baby music store to the Red Cross Hurricane Relief Fund.  We asked Kevin Breuner, CD. Continue reading

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Music Think Tank Weekly Recap: Go Green • Building A Music Venue • 5 Bad Habits

On MusicThinkTank this week, we covered how you can make your band go green, equipment every entrepreneur needs when building a venue, and five bad habits songwriters with home studios. Continue reading

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