Music Industry Changes
Prince, Rodgers, Nelson – Artist, Entrepreneur, Social activist, Humanitarian
Control your music…Use creative talent to build economic prosperity for self and community was the philosophy the music legend espoused for aspiring musicians.
As fans pay tribute and download the icon’s tunes, aspiring artists would do well to track down and study Prince’s opinions about technology and the changing nature of the music business, and what he believed artists needed to do to avoid being enslaved in an industry that often fails to compensate fairly many members.
Time.com – The Ambitious Plan to teach: http://tinyurl.com/pcwnp4p
Yes we code.org: http://www.yeswecode.org
Sweet & Sour Notes The debut in 1999 of Napster, the file sharing website, proved disastrous for many in the music publishing business, says Peer Music executive, Kathy Spanberger, “I call it the crash.” Widespread use of file sharing websites caused record sales to drop and companies began firing workers and instituting hiring freezes. Ten […]