Posts Tagged ‘Music trade–United States–Management’

Music Management Seminar :: Sean Rosenberg

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Hosted by NJVID

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A discussion of how mobile devices (e.g. cell phones) have impacted the music industry. Topics include mobile marketing, convergence and distribution of music on mobile devices; how mobile affects musical acoustics and consumption; ringtones; the future of music on mobile devices; tour sponsorships; the difficulty of standardization across mobile devices; and mobile’s distribution capabilities.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Sean Rosenberg, VP Mobile Marketing, Sales & Business Development at Sony Music Entertainment – RCA/Jive Label Group

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: February 24, 2009

Credits:
Sean Rosenberg – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer
Lindsay Tierstein – Camera Operator
Peter Cannarozzi – Director
Ted Clancy – Audio Operator
Jim Snarski – Editor
Patrick Ryan – Producer
Steve Marcone – Series Producer

Producer: Department of Instruction and Research Technology. Broadcast, Production and Support Division

Duration: 00:58:32 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Danny Goldberg

Monday, September 12th, 2011

Hosted by NJVID

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This seminar covers Danny Goldberg’s vast professional background and experiences leading up to his book “Bumping into Geniuses.” He discusses what he looks for in an artist; his relationship with Led Zeppelin; why he decided to write the book; his college experience and first job as a trade journalist; the power of the artist in the music business; the inspiration for the book’s title; his mentors; his documentary film NO NUKES; his biggest accomplishment; his impressions of Kurt Cobain; how to break into the industry; Woodstock; the role of record labels; 360 deals; and upcoming artists.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Danny Goldberg, author of “Bumping into Geniuses”

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: March 10, 2009

Credits:
Danny Goldberg – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer
Lindsay Tierstein – Camera Operator
Peter Cannarozzi – Director
Ted Clancy – Audio Operator
Jim Snarski – Editor
Patrick Ryan – Producer
Steve Marcone – Series Producer

Producer: Department of Instruction and Research Technology. Broadcast, Production and Support Division

Duration: 01:21:27 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Bill Werde

Friday, September 9th, 2011

Hosted by NJVID

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Bill Werde of Billboard Magazine discusses his first job at College Media Journal, his subsequent transition to writing about the music business and technology as a freelance journalist, and his ensuing role as associate editor at Rolling Stone magazine. Then he addresses his move to Billboard magazine, the nature of a trade magazine, the role Billboard has traditionally played between record labels and music retailers, the reason why Billboard still reviews new music, Billboard’s competitive advantage in the marketplace, Billboard’s ownership situation, and how Billboard stays on the cutting edge. Other topics include the future business propositions of recorded music, the effect of digital music on shared human experiences, contemporary ways to track an artist’s popularity, Jennifer Lopez leaving a major record label, one-way deals, American Idol, and Billboard mobile applications.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Bill Werde: Editor in Chief – Billboard Magazine

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: February 23, 2010

Credits:
Bill Werde – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

Producer: Department of Instruction and Research Technology. Broadcast, Production and Support Division

Duration: 01:39:50 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Al Branch

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

Hosted by NJVID

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Al Branch discusses his company, “Hip Hop Since 1978,” his introduction to the music industry, his work for Jay-Z, keys for a successful career, 360 deals, how Hip Hop Since 1978 started, Lil Wayne’s and Drake’s careers, commercial branding, mixtapes, the pressure that first-week SoundScan performance places on artists, the value of music videos in 2010, rap’s placement within the larger music industry, and its divergent regionalized forms.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Al Branch: General Manager – Hip-Hop Since 1978

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: April 6, 2010

Credits:
Al Branch – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

Sponsor: Music Department

Duration: 01:40:11 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English