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Navigating the music industry : current issues & business models

Author: Dick Weissman; Frank Jermance; Gennaro DeSantis; Randi Perkins; Kim Wangler
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, ©2003.
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For anyone planning a career in the music business, Navigating the Music Industry is an excellent introduction to all the issues facing artists today. It combines the myriad talents of teachers,  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dick Weissman; Frank Jermance; Gennaro DeSantis; Randi Perkins; Kim Wangler
ISBN: 0634026526 9780634026522
OCLC Number: 51251769
Description: x, 348 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Denver: attempting to build a regional music scene --
Radio, television, and print media --
Record stores --
Musical instrument stores --
Jingles --
The role of the Musicians' Union --
Artist management and entertainment industry lawyers --
Music associations --
Music censorship --
Morality issues --
The role of the Supreme Court --
The NEA and government funding --
Rap --
Teenagers, sex, & violence --
Does country music have a future? --
Country music genres --
Ralph Peer and the junction of country and folk music --
The Grand Ole Opry, radio cowboys --
Hank Williams --
Elvis and Rockabilly --
Chet Atkins, Owen Bradley, and the Nashville sound --
Eddie Arnold and the Everly Brothers --
The Country Music Foundation --
The Sixties --
The Pop influence --
Outlaw, pop stars, and raging bulls --
Commercialization and image --
Independent labels and the majors: cliches, stereotypes, and realities --
Contemporary business and merchandising --
What large and small countries do and don't do --
Jazz, R & B, rock 'n' roll, and the Independent companies --
Folk labels --
Sun, King, and Chess Records --
Artist-run labels --
Artist imprint labels --
Doing it on your own --
Women in the music industry --
Riot Grrls --
Women in film and television --
John Phillips: a case study in creativity, popularity, and long-term careers in popular music --
The artist vs. the entertainer --
The songwriter's songwriter --
Mamas & the Papas song and career --
San Francisco --
The abortive solo career --
Drugs, drugs, and more drugs --
Songwriting technique --
Business models --
Napster --
Copyright licensing primer --
Business planning issues: breakeven --
Budgets --
Business entities --
Taxation --
The employee vs. independent contractor dilemma --
The Tax audit --
How to avoid an IRS audit --
The changing face of music retail --
The development of chain stores --
The Independents --
Franchises --
Customer service --
MAP and the slowing of price wars --
Teaching studios --
Music retail and the internet --
Competition --
NAMM and the new national marketing initiatives --
Appendices: Deductible expenses of performing artists --
The MSSP audit technique guides --
IRS audit guidelines for the entertainment industry.
Responsibility: Dick Weissman and Frank Jermance ; with Gennaro DeSantis, Randi Perkins, Kim Wangler.

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