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Jack Conte Patreon New Music Business Podcast

Patreon CEO on the Problems (and Solutions) of Digital Art | New Music Business with Ari Herstand

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Patreon co-founder and CEO, Pomplamoose and Scary Pockets co-founder, Jack Conte, believes in digital art. He believes in artists and he believes in fans to support artists. So much so that his company Patreon is setup to facilitate a symbiotic artist/fan relationship. He is the founding member of (and still active in) Scary Pockets, but doesn’t tour with them and discusses how they’re able to get millions of streams and views. Jack is an inspiring dude and this episode will no doubt, brighten your day.

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Ari Herstand is a Los Angeles based musician, the founder and CEO of Ari’s Take and the author of How to Make It in the New Music Business.

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