Four Secrets To Performing Regularly Without Losing Quality

To avoid overexposing your brand in one market, most people agree that you should perform once monthly in your local territory and make each gig an explosive night to remember.

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Why Your Band Isn’t Going To Be In Rolling Stone

By Angela Mastrogiacomo of MuddyPawPR.com  As a publicist, one of the first questions I ask potential clients is “what do you view as a successful campaign?” This is crucial because it lets. Continue reading

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The 5 Most Frequently Signed Music Publishing Deals

By Hugh McIntyre from the Sonicbids Blog. Music publishing is something that many small artists don’t think about, and, to be honest, some of them don’t need to. If you're. Continue reading

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Music Publishing News Weekly Roundup 6.14.2014: NMPA, Grammy Changes, Murphy Rights Mgt. & More

The Annual NMPA meeting was held this Wednesday, June 11th. Members of the music publishing community gathered at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City to discuss the state. Continue reading

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Music Publishing News Weekly Roundup: January 24, 2014

Beats Music is now available for Apple, Android, and Windows devices. Tuesday's launch presents a digital interactive streaming service that will compete with Spotify and Rdio. Beats Music costs $9.99 per month. Continue reading

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How To Land A Synch [a.k.a. song placement] In An Ad, T.V. Show or Film [Emily White]

By Emily White of Whitesmith Entertainment, Readymade Records & Dreamfuel. Back in the day, associating one’s music with advertisements was basically the most sell-out move an artist could make. So. Continue reading

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The Cost of Free

Let's face it, nothing is free anymore. Immersed in a culture where consumer's call the shots, the cost of free is rapidly inflating. Consider the difference in profit from the. Continue reading

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How to Record and Release Cover Songs: An Interview with HFA

This post originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog. HFA provides rights management, licensing and royalty services for the music industry. With over 46,000 music publishing clients, HFA issues the largest. Continue reading

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Music Publishing Company TweelX Creates Music Stock Exchange

TweelX, a combined publishing company and "music stock exchange," is using the JOBS Act's loosened marketing restrictions to offer the opportunity to invest in songs based on royalties. Investors receive. Continue reading

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Seeking Success For Your Songs In The World Of Music Licensing

Want to learn more about the music publishing industry? On Music Think Tank, David Dusty has posted tips from Mallory Zumbach, the Creative Director at Round Hill Music, that will. Continue reading

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