Hello again, ladies and gents of the music business! Our class is excited to bring you guys yet another week of articles we found interesting. We hope our audience has been enjoying our posts, just as much as we have enjoyed learning more about the music business. Read on!
Ever wonder how much artists get paid for all of their views on YouTube or streams on Pandora? Learn more about how these platforms might be an effective but not lucrative form of exposure for your music.
America said “bye, bye, bye” to Myspace, with the rise of social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Now with the help of Justin Timberlake, Myspace is making a comeback geared towards musicians. Learn how music has kept this network alive and about the face-lift Myspace has received to appeal to the masses.
Used to music of studio quality sound? Read this article to find out about Neil Young’s new music system, Pono. This new music library and portable, electronic device line will rival iTunes and the Ipod.
If you are looking for an innovative way to promote your album and connect to your fans, look no further. Read more about Ellie Goulding’s album, Halcyon and the world’s first-ever digital album signing and artist chat.
Tangible forms of music are not out of style yet. See how Mumford and Sons use two simple principles to sell.
Keep checking the blog every week for more updates, tips, and facts from our research. If you have not already liked our College of Charleston record label, 1770 Records, please check out our facebook page. Make sure you also visit the College of Charleston Arts Management website to learn more about our school and our program. See you next week!