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BMG A&R on Pub Deals, Artist Development and Signing Frank Ocean

This week, Ari is joined by Tab Nkhereanye, Senior Vice President of A&R at BMG.

Sync Agent Breaks Down TV, Film, Advertising Music Licensing

This week, Ari is joined by Jen Pearce, Founder of Low Profile, a sync licensing agency.

Streaming Fraud is More Serious (and Inventive) Than You Think

This week, Ari is joined by Andrew Batey and Morgan Hayduk, Co-Founders and Co-CEOs of Beatdapp.

SoundCloud is Allowing Artists To Contact Fans (and Get Paid More)

Joining us this week on the New Music Business are SoundCloud’s very own Tracy Chan (Chief Content Officer) and Emmy Lovell (Global Head of Music).

How Admin Publishing Works, Sync Deals, Social Media Marketing (Ari Q&A Part 7)

This week Ari answers more of your questions! If you’d like to submit to our next round of questions, please sign up to our email list.

Artists Made $100,000,000 in Sales on Their Website

Now of course you’re wondering if in 2023 you need a website when you’ve got Instagram, Spotify, Facebook and TikTok. The short answer is yes. Yes, you absolutely need a website in 2023.

Staying Inspired After Writing 22 Top 40 Hits with Sam Hollander

Our guest this week on the New Music Business is the multi-platinum songwriter and producer, Sam Hollander.

Connecting Emerging Artists with Strategic Investors Without Retaining Ownership

Joining us on the New Music Business this week is Shav “prettyboyshav” Garg, the CEO and co-founder of Indify. This innovative company connects emerging independent artists with the funding they need to build bigger careers.

Best Music Distribution Companies in 2024 – Full Comparison Chart

This is the most comprehensive digital music distribution review comparison between Amuse, AWAL, CD Baby, DistroKid, Ditto Music, LANDR, TuneCore, Songtradr, and more.

Music Supervisors Aren’t Treated Fairly, Here’s What’s Going On

Our guest this week is music supervisor and Vice President of the Guild of Music Supervisors, Madonna Wade-Reed. Her credits include TV shows such as All American, Batwoman, American Crime, Reign, Blue Mountain State, Smallville, One Tree Hill, plus films such as 8-Bit Christmas, Lovesick, A Thousand Words and the documentary Let It Fall. In this episode, Madonna breaks down her responsibilities within new projects, why it’s vital for artists to educate themselves on licensing, as well as a closer look into why the music supervisors’ movement toward unionizing.
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