March 2015

5 Famous Musicians Talk About The Industry

Music Business Insights 1. Tavis Smiley Pbs.org J.Cole Interview From magna cum laude to Hip-Hop success. J. Cole minored in business and graduated with honors. Everything about the hit album 2014 Forest Hills Drive, from the name to the home  giveaway, reflects authentic attention to niche principles and skillful marketing innovation. 2. Tavis Smiley Pbs.org […]

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8 Social Media Statistics 2015

OursocialTimes.org 8 Useful Social Media Statistics for 2015 Takeaway For beginners who are considering social media be aware that as changes continue in technology and platforms gain or lose popularity, be aware that various social media platforms may require different skill sets, but all will require critical thinking. And will you choose a platform based […]

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Tech Wiring Issue Repaired

Internet Access Just Restored After 10 days without service, and two FedEx shipments and offsite diagnostics that did not work, a switch was made to a new ISP provider and their onsite tech located and changed the faulty wiring that was blocking the signal. Blog posts will resume on Saturday. Hits: 28

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Copyright Expert at Clive Davis School of Music

‘Blurred Lines’ Ruling Explained… Must read article for aspiring musicians and entrepreneurial music students… If you thought you understood why Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have so far lost their costly copyright infringement lawsuit, an interview with Jeff Peretz  a professor at Clive Davis Institute, may give one pause.  “Blurred Lines” may well serve as a metaphorical takeaway […]

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The Famous Board Game of Lizzie Magie

Patent And Copyright Pitfalls Author Mary Pilon’s fascinating 33-min book talk on The Monopolist: Obsession, Fury, and the Scandal Behind the World’s Favorite Board Game is a complex story with lessons for aspiring entrepreneurs in the 21st century. It’s a story with many twists and turns that may strain optic nerves…as in excess eye-rolling. Elizabeth Magie filed for […]

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11-Year Old Toy CEO

Safety Net Parenting Grace Baxter is 11 years old, a toy CEO with a track record, social conscience and love for art and animals. She is profiled in the March issue of Safety-Net Parenting. Baxter’s candid point of view and solution to managing frequent falls will no doubt serve as an amusing, insightful metaphor and reminder for […]

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The Work: My Search for A Life That Matters

Wes Moore “Put your passion into action…” was the intro used by CEO Wendy Spencer to open a discussion about the new book by bestselling author, youth advocate and veteran, Wes Moore, on a recent broadcast of C-Span’s After Words. Approx 53 minutes. C-Span.org/video http://tinyurl.com/qffps54 The Other Wes Moore.com http://theotherwesmoore.com/ Dee Adams is the author of Finding Your Niche: Discover… […]

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