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Live Stage: Getting & Dealing with Reviews [us Staten Island, NY]

cohasi-copy.jpgGetting & Dealing With Reviews – a Music Panel :: October 27, 2009; 7:30 p.m. :: Wagner College, Spiro Hall Room 2, Staten Island, NY.

Getting & Dealing with Reviews will help musicians in their quest to getting their music reviewed once they’ve released it. We will explore what Music writers look for, how they go about reviewing music, and how they find or pick the music they want to write about. We’ll also discuss ways to deal with the dreaded bad review, and what to do differently for the next time. Continue reading


Oct 24, 2009
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Live Stage: D.C. Policy Day 2009 [us Washington, DC]

dcpolicyday09150×200.gifFUTURE OF MUSIC COALITION presents D.C. Policy Day 2009 at National Geographic Music and Radio and National Geographic Live! :: February 11, 2009.

This daylong event brings together leading voices to debate how changes in the policymaking landscape could impact the music community. Scheduled just two weeks after the start of a new federal administration, the event brings laser-beam focus to the core issues emerging in the courts, in Congress, at the FCC and the Copyright Office. With three panels, two keynote speeches and a special conversation, Policy Day 2009 will provide musicians, technologists, legal experts, policymakers and advocates with the opportunity to participate in robust but balanced discussions about how media and broadband policy affect the music industry, and how changes in copyright law could impact the music and tech communities. Continue reading


Jan 15, 2009
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Mobile Music in Decline?

econ1.jpgMobile Music In Decline — What’s The Problem? The big questions at the mobile music panel at last month’s EconMusic conference: why is mobile music in decline and what will an effective business in this sector look like? Tom Erskine, Head of Go-to-Market, Nokia Music explained the problem lies in the relationship between the digital industry and music labels, while Ian Henderson, VP Digital Business EMEA, Sony BMG, gave a pessimistic view, saying that mobile music was a lot bigger proportionally a year or two ago. Tom McLennan, Head of Music for Mobile Internet and Content Services, Vodafone UK, and Julian Zmood, Head of Business Development, Music, O2, joined the panel that was moderated by Mark Mulligan, VP and Research Director, JupiterResearch.

You can see a video of the panel here.


Oct 31, 2008
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Live Stage: Design + the Visual Sonic Interface [uk London]

ool03.jpg[Image: NOVA – visuals in 3D by Squidsoup] CreateKX and futureflux present Fast Forward: Exploring the Visual-Sonic Interface – Speakers include Michael Faulkner and A. N. Other, D-Fuse, Anthony Rowe, Squidsoup, Russell Richards and Maurice Owen, KickiT, Ollie Sorenson, VJ Anyone :: September 23, 2008; 9.30 am – 4:00 pm :: The Birkbeck Screen, The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London.

A day of overviews and talks on the emerging interface of sound and images, as explored by artists and practitioners working in visual-sonics, generative, immersive, interactive and synaesthetic arts. futureflux aims to provide inter-industry briefings on areas of new media, art and design developments that will impact on your sector. Continue reading


Sep 9, 2008
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Live Stage: The Funding Ecosystem [us NYC]

marketingevent.jpgThe Funding Ecosystem::What you should know before fundraising :: September 25, 6:30 pm :: Lower Manhattan Cultural Council :: 125 Maiden Lane, 2nd Floor, New York, NY.

The Funding Ecosystem workshop reviews basic information that artists need as they begin to research and apply for grants. The session will review categories of funding sources; frequently used terms in the field of fundraising; what happens once your application is submitted, and necessary structures from the initial inquiry through receipt of a grant. The goal of this workshop is to prepare artists to understand and better navigate the range of funding resources available to the field. Continue reading


Sep 3, 2008
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Live Stage: Future of Music Seminar [us NYC]

future.jpgFuture of Music Coalition presents – What’s the Future for Musicians? seminar :: October 6, 2008 :: Public Theater in New York, NY.

What’s the Future for Musicians? Today’s music landscape is filled with both excitement and foreboding. With so many new technologies and ways to promote and distribute music, how do performers, composers, songwriters and independent labels know how to participate, who to trust, and what is most effective?

In the Future of Music seminar musicians from all genres — classical, jazz, rock, folk and hip-hop — will learn about a range of internet-based promotion and distribution options, how to navigate the health insurance landscape, the importance of open internet structures and how copyright law and business models are affecting how musicians will be compensated in the digital future. For more information click here.


Aug 30, 2008
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On the tip jar business model

0108-radiohead_x220.jpgFrom Technology Review, January 7, 2008 – In October 2007, the English rock band Radiohead enhanced its already enviable avant-garde credibility by releasing its seventh album, In Rainbows, online. Fans willing to offer up their names and e-mail addresses–or at least, fake names and fake e-mail address–could pay what they chose for the album, even downloading it for free. The band, and the “tip jar” business model it had adopted, were the talk of the music press and the blogosphere for weeks.

While no one is quite certain how many albums were actually sold or how much money was actually made – the business model may tell us something about the future of the music business. For more, read Larry Hardesty’s article in TR.


Jan 7, 2008
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