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A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams"

A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams" | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

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Another article with Zoe Keating, but more so an interview to help build a sustainable career. A completely independent instrumental artist collecting her own revenue. This is important to all artists coming out into the world, so they can get bank and recognition for their talents too.
Bianca Mari''s curator insight, April 26, 10:54 PM
This article was VERY short, but I'm always looking for a great book to read to better my knowledge in this ever-changing industry. My dad always said, 'Obtaining it is the easy part, keeping it is the hard part.' There are many resources out there on how to start a music career but not too many that I know of to 'sustain' that said career.

The source is very reliable. You can get a great preview of the book on the link provided along with a detailed background on the author. The sight also provides a bunch of great sources. This source had the authority, objectivity, accuracy, and currency when using the 'Evaluating Sources' guide.

I haven't ready the book yet, but the article was very convincing. I would actually be interested in purchasing the book. I believe in my eyes that this has great potential to be a major resource for entry-level audio industry professionals.
Dawn VanDam's curator insight, May 31, 11:11 AM

Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

Jason Green's curator insight, July 26, 10:58 AM
Starting a career in the music industry can be very difficult to do , however having a game plan is the key. Knowing the business side is the most important part. This article does a good job of discussing having a manager, having a distribution plan and the importance of getting the business side of things squared aware first.  Many individuals just dive in to the music careers without taking time to focus on the business side and obligations and this can be a crucial mistake. 
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A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams"

A Conversation With Zoe Keating: From Emily White's "How to Build a Sustainable Music Career and Collect All Revenue Streams" | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

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Alanna Hayess insight:
Another article with Zoe Keating, but more so an interview to help build a sustainable career. A completely independent instrumental artist collecting her own revenue. This is important to all artists coming out into the world, so they can get bank and recognition for their talents too.
Bianca Mari''s curator insight, April 26, 10:54 PM
This article was VERY short, but I'm always looking for a great book to read to better my knowledge in this ever-changing industry. My dad always said, 'Obtaining it is the easy part, keeping it is the hard part.' There are many resources out there on how to start a music career but not too many that I know of to 'sustain' that said career.

The source is very reliable. You can get a great preview of the book on the link provided along with a detailed background on the author. The sight also provides a bunch of great sources. This source had the authority, objectivity, accuracy, and currency when using the 'Evaluating Sources' guide.

I haven't ready the book yet, but the article was very convincing. I would actually be interested in purchasing the book. I believe in my eyes that this has great potential to be a major resource for entry-level audio industry professionals.
Dawn VanDam's curator insight, May 31, 11:11 AM

Emily White has made a career out of helping independent creators as a manager, label owner and much more. She’s in the trenches with them every day. Fortunately, we are. Continue reading

Jason Green's curator insight, July 26, 10:58 AM
Starting a career in the music industry can be very difficult to do , however having a game plan is the key. Knowing the business side is the most important part. This article does a good job of discussing having a manager, having a distribution plan and the importance of getting the business side of things squared aware first.  Many individuals just dive in to the music careers without taking time to focus on the business side and obligations and this can be a crucial mistake. 
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The New Economics of the Music Industry

The New Economics of the Music Industry | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
How artists really make money in the cloud – or don’t

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Streaming platforms have made it easier and of course harder for people to make their money. It gives you an idea of how everyone in the industry makes their money. The article is old but still very relevant to today. Rolling Stones would never be able to put out an article that didn't have any sources to back it up.
Ally Campbell's curator insight, November 26, 2019 10:19 PM
What is the economic state of the music industry? The answer is more complicated than you'd think. Read this Rolling Stone article for answers. 
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Spotify wants to make the Music Industry more Efficient

Spotify wants to make the Music Industry more Efficient | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
Spotify wants to make the Music Industry more Efficient



In an exclusive interview, Daniel Ek, chief executive officer of Spotify Technology SA, talks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang about how the music industry is experiencing massive change. Cred

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This article explains how streaming music has become one of the biggest revenues to listening to music, and how it's become difficult to payouts for their music. Personally,  the amount that artist are getting is very little compared to what the service is making (which is billions). This is discussed in an interview with Daniel Ek, chief executive officer of Spotify Technology SA. This is an article that anyone interested in the industry should look at and learn how to adapt to it.
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In an exclusive interview, Daniel Ek, chief executive officer of Spotify Technology SA, talks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang about how the music industry is experiencing massive change

Anthony Williams's curator insight, June 24, 11:33 PM
Spotify is identifying the change in thew music industry
joey smith's curator insight, July 26, 2:47 AM
This article is major news for the music industry because spotify is a huge deal when it comes to music. You want to make sure your music gets on this platform because it'll spread your name faster. This source is credible due to it involving the chief executive officer of spotify and this source is pretty significant due to what its talking about the massive change of streaming music.
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Is Spotify’s Model Wiping Out Music’s Middle Class?

Is Spotify’s Model Wiping Out Music’s Middle Class? | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
Fans may assume the $10 they pay for a monthly streaming subscription goes to the artists they listen to most. That’s not the case. Now, a growing number of musicians and industry players want change.

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This is another article that describes the payout to the artist, and how they're getting paid a little amount but getting streamed millions. This is the most interesting to me, because artist are getting paid only half a penny per stream. The reliability on this article is very accurate because it has artist stating their exact pay out (which you can find on a search engine).
Brittany Perkins's curator insight, December 15, 2019 7:22 PM
The music streaming service that I know and love does not distribute royalties the way I would assume to the artist they have on their platform. Many like myself would think that the $10 subscription would be dividied amongst the artist who's song was played but that is untrue. Spotify has a 30% of each artist royalty and other variables are being deducted as well according to how well you're doing in contrast to your competitors in the same industry. This has a large effect on smaller artist who probably do not have a huge fan base and are suffering in numbers and revenue.

Brittany Perkins's comment, December 15, 2019 7:26 PM
That 30% is Offaly a lot and should be wavered for either the highest rated artist in contrast to their competitor or to new artist that are suffering from these deductions being made on their creative product.
Brittany Perkins's comment, December 15, 2019 7:27 PM
Artist should find different alternatives such as other distributors like YouTube and Datspiff.
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MIDiA report: Streaming Revenue in 2022 Could Surpass Total Music Revenue from 2018

MIDiA report: Streaming Revenue in 2022 Could Surpass Total Music Revenue from 2018 | The New Music Industry & How Everyone Is Affected | Scoop.it
MIDiA Research has released an executive summary of its subscriber report with a forecast for the global music industry from 2018 through 2026, and the analysis shows that streaming will continue t…

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This article reveals how streaming will impact music industry revenue in the next few years. This is just a graph, but it shows you which direction you might want to go into.
Ally Campbell's curator insight, November 26, 2019 10:27 PM
This article reveals how streaming will impact music industry revenue in the next few years. Read to learn more. 
Thomas Moyer's curator insight, December 16, 2019 11:24 PM
Streaming as a whole is new. We are in the very beginning of this new ecosystem. As US, and UK, take the crown for top streaming countries, new markets Brazil, Mexico, and India could help growth in this new industry. This article predicts the potential revenue growth for the coming years.