Major Labels Still Invest in Music (Kinda)

(Click on image to enlarge) The IFPI recently released a report that included the typical investment by a major record company in a newly-signed artist. According to the report, major. Continue reading

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Where Is Everyone? Why Albums Make Little Sense For New Artists

When musicians first start out their careers, their path usually involves: writing songs, playing live, and recording an album. However, with the changes in the music industry and the struggling. Continue reading

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MTT Weekly Recap: How A Major Label Markets A New Artist

Where The Music Industry Thinks Out Loud Bruce Warila: Getting the music advertising ROI calculation correct… Minh Chau: How A Major Label Markets A New Artist Mario Evon: Are you. Continue reading

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How A Major Label Markets A New Artist

Ever wonder how a major label builds a fanbase for a new artist? On Music Think Tank, Minh Chau finds the answer in David F. Carr’s article, “How Warner Music. Continue reading

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MyMusicExec Answers “Do I Really Need a Manager?”

On Music Think Tank, Andrew Lewis gives advice to young or up-and-coming artists that are just starting out in their music career. Before choosing a manager, consider the 5 stages. Continue reading

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