Experimenting with US-only ads to promote indie d.i.y. music

Brian Hazard experiments with low cost and no cost ways to maket music so you don’t have to. Here he explains his recent experiment with US ads when promoting indie. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Commentators in the thick of the industry this week shared their opinions and thoughts on new mechanical rates and the road to innovation. 13% MLC unmatched song rate isn’t good. Continue reading

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The road to innovation is a bumpy one [Fred Jacobs]

Innovation is the goal, but it’s just a little hard to reach. Read on an learn how. A guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacob’s Media. There’s a lot of. Continue reading

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What can radio (and the rest of us) learn from Netflix?

Netflix paved the way for subscription-based streaming services across entertainment industries. What is this doing to radio? A guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies. When we think. Continue reading

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Atty. Chris Castle calls out radio’s latest pitch to avoid paying for music

“Nobody is buying what they’re selling because it’s just more snake oil.” says Attorney Chris Castle of the NAB, the radio trade group that will seemingly say anything to avoid. Continue reading

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Commentators in the thick of the industry this week shared their opinions and thoughts on The Car Thing, content moderation, and more. ‘The latest manifestation of Daniel Ek’s monopolist edifice. Continue reading

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This “Thing” is coming for radio

Fred Jacobs speaks on how radio is being affected by other more modern car dashboard devices. A guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies. In my wildest radio. Continue reading

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Are Big Tech platforms moderating the right content?

There is a balance between harmful and helpful content that Big Tech platform cannot always seem to differentiate when it comes to moderation. Op-ed by CORY DOCTOROW of Electronic Frontier. Continue reading

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Lawyers say copyright laws must change, now that White artists are also being affected [Op-Ed]

In recent months a growing number of popular artists have been justly and unjustly sued for copyright infringement which has provoked a call for change. However, in previous decades when. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Commentators in the thick of the industry this week shared their opinions and thoughts on the discrepancies in copyright law and the collision of music and climate change. Who owns. Continue reading

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