Posts Tagged ‘Music trade–United States’

Music Management Seminar :: Jeff Price

Monday, September 12th, 2011

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Seminar session with TuneCore C.E.O. Jeff Price focusing on the music industry. Program covers his background; music label management and business; the effect of illegal downloading on the music industry; music distribution and advertising models; the origin of TuneCore; the RIAA and Soundscan; charting digital music sales; and the future of record labels.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Jeff Price, C.E.O. of TuneCore

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: February 10, 2009

Credits:
Jeff Price – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer
Robert Meyer – Lighting Designer
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: 00:58:30 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Jay Frank

Monday, September 12th, 2011

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Jay Frank discusses his book “Futurehit.DNA,” which provides a roadmap for creating a hit song and becoming a musical success in the digital age. He briefly covers his background in the music business; his inspiration for the book; album price structures; how to create a song that will maintain the listener’s attention; the role commercial hits play in sustaining artful music; the Internet’s hindrance on discovering new music; tempo; why people tend to develop sedentary musical tastes by age 25; successful selling models for the music business in the digital age; record deals; song durations and radio edits; and record companies’ aversion to risk.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Jay Frank: Senior Vice President of Music Strategy for CMT

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: April 5, 2011

Credits:
Jay Frank – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

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

Duration: 01:02:34 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Fred Goodman

Monday, September 12th, 2011

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In conjunction with his book Fortune’s Fool, Fred Goodman discusses the executives, labels and landscape of the record business since the advent of Napster. He talks about how he first became a writer; Edgar Bronfman and the Seagram Company; the book’s title; Warner Music Group; Doug Morris in contrast to Clive Davis; Rick Rubin; Russell Simmons and Lyor Cohen of Island Def Jam; Jimmy Iovine of Interscope Records; the effect of declining salaries and revenues on the industry; Mo Ostin and Steve Ross; Ahmet Ertegun of Atlantic Records; Jean-Marie Messier of Vivendi; and the industry’s reactions to illegal music downloading.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Fred Goodman: Author – Fortune’s Fool

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: February 8, 2011

Credits:
Fred Goodman – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

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

Duration: 01:51:30 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Danny Goldberg

Monday, September 12th, 2011

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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 :: Brendan Toller

Friday, September 9th, 2011

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This program begins with the trailer for the film I NEED THAT RECORD and is followed by a brief discussion with Brendan Toller about his film and the death of the independent record store in the United States. Discussion topics also include music pirating and the effect of digital technologies on the music industry.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Brendan Toller: Director, Writer, Editor – I Need That Record

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: April 13, 2010

Credits:
Brendan Toller – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

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

Duration: 00:28:42 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Bill Werde

Friday, September 9th, 2011

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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 :: Adam Kornfeld

Friday, September 9th, 2011

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A discussion with Adam Kornfeld, VP of talent agency Artist Group International. He discusses what it takes to be a successful agent and build exposure for your band. Topics include his early experiences growing up, advice on how to get your foot in the door of the music business, how he worked his way up the corporate ladder, how talent agencies operate, ticket prices for live shows, and touring, fees and venues.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Adam Kornfeld: Vice President, Artist Group International

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: March 22, 2011

Credits:
Adam Kornfeld – Interviewee
Steve Leeds – Interviewer

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

Duration: 01:41:37 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Adam Curry

Friday, September 9th, 2011

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A discussion with Adam Curry who runs www.mevio.com. Topics include his background at MTV and experience with the Internet, podcasting, RSS, his web site, and web site advertising.

Complete Program Title: Music Management Seminar with Steve Leeds and Adam Curry of mevio.com

Series: Music Management Seminar

Date Created: April 28, 2009

Credits:
Adam Curry – 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: 01:24:43 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

Music Management Seminar :: Al Branch

Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

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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