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  • Camila Cabello Billboard Cover Shoot Interview

    Camila Cabello graces this week’s cover of our magazine. The new solo artist sits down with Billboard News’ Chelsea Briggs to talk about her departure from Fifth Harmony and rediscovering herself as an artist....
  • THR Full Oscar Songwriters Roundtable

    Enjoy The Hollywood Reporter Full Songwriters 2017 Oscars Roundtable with Justin Timberlake (‘Trolls’), John Legend (‘La La Land’), Pharrell Williams (‘Hidden Figures’), Tori Amos (‘Audie & Daisy’), Alicia Keys (‘Queen of Katwe’), and Sting (‘Jim: The James Foley Story’).  ...
  • Brian Tyler’s Advice for Aspiring Film Composers

    As a film composer, Brian has won several awards, including the IFMCA Awards 2014 Composer of the Year, the ASCAP Awards, and 23 BMI Film Music Award for Best Film Music. In this video, the amazing musician, composer, and producer, Brian Tyler shares some advice from the experience acquired...
  • Five Things You Didn’t Know About The Eagles’ “Hotel California”

    This piece composed by Don Felder is magic and mysterious.  Its solo has been voted as the best guitar solo of all the time, and decades after its release, stories and rumors about its background still wander.  Here we include some behind-the-scenes from the 1976 hit....
  • Big Data in the Music Industry

    Big Data is hot. Big Data is bad. But is Big Data is at all useful in the music industry? Watch this great MIDEM panel with experts and their views of how they use Big Data in daily business decisions in the music industry....
  • Understanding International Digital Music Licensing

    Understanding International Digital Music Licensing Have you ever wondered why Spotify, Pandora or even iTunes didn’t launch their services worldwide from the very beginning? This interesting panel on international digital music licensing discusses the challenges of international digital music licensing, royalties, technology and everything in between....
  • Who’s Investing in Music?

    Who’s Investing in Music? Many major labels report that only 10% to 20% of  their investments in new artists are profitable. That means that 80% to 90% of the time, major record labels loose money. To make matters worse, the recorded music industry overall is experiencing a significant decline, shrinking...
  • Managing Innovation in the Music Industry

    Managing Innovation in the Music Industry Ever since the advent of P2P sharing with Napster, the music industry really hasn’t been managing innovation. If anything, they’ve been acting like a deer caught in headlights and stalling innovation. Indeed, the CEO’s of the large record labels and royalty societies have...
  • The Rise of the Musicpreneur

    The Rise of the Musicpreneur With the rapid decline of the music industry as a whole, it is becoming increasingly difficult for both signed and unsigned artists to make a living from their music in the long-term. Only the top 0.1% of artists can make a substantial living. But...