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Fixing the Music Industry

After a Tidal Wave: Why the Music Industry Has Its Finger in a Dyke

Kat Bailey | Posted 06.28.2015 | Entertainment
Kat Bailey

The music industry must wake up and control the tide. Times have changed and we need to do a total 180. If we listen, understand and change before it's too late, the damage done in the past decade is reversible. If we don't, we'll be washed away by a tidal wave of our own making.

Managing Management in the Music Industry

Patrick Hess | Posted 08.13.2014 | Entertainment
Patrick Hess

These people are scrambling to earn a living just like anyone displaced in their job or industry. They're having to be creative to define a new income source from an industry that is full of parasites (sorry to be harsh, but it's true) looking to survive off the lifeblood of the next talent to take center stage.

The Future of Digital Is Tangible

Tinatin Japaridze | Posted 07.08.2014 | Entertainment
Tinatin Japaridze

As a millennial, I lament the fact that I honestly cannot remember the last time I actually purchased a physical, tangible medium that once meant so much more to me than a pair of fashionable pumps or a trendy dress ever could.

Joe Satran

How Musicians Can Still Get So Rich | Joe Satran | Posted 08.02.2012 | Entertainment

In 2011, Taylor Swift made $57 million, Rihanna made $53 million and Kenny Chesney made $44 million, Forbes magazine estimates. That's more than al...

Can Blogs Save The Music Industry?

Fortune | Devin Leonard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Business

Pity the music industry. Between 99-cent downloads, free - if not always legal -file-sharing services and MP3 blogs, and an increasingly fragmented au...