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Win 2 Badges for The 2015 New Music Seminar from Music Times!

We at Music Times spend a fair amount of time at huge music showcases such as Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Governors Ball, but Music Times recognizes that it's just as important to keep an eye on the shape of the music industry, especially in an era ...

Smartphones, Streaming and Universality: The Future of The Music Industry

If you believe the average report, streaming is hastening the slow death of the music industry. A number of experts think otherwise. Coupled with the spread of smartphone technology and the internationalization of music, streaming could create a ...

Kiah Victoria Looks To Go Worldwide With Her Soulful Pop Blend... But First, New Music Seminar in NYC

You know the phrase "It's in your blood?" For some, that may seem like a hyperbolic excuse for a drive to do something great in the world, but for others, it's just the way it is... there's a constant need to perform, to spread your music and to try ...

VanLadyLove: New Music Seminar's Artist On The Verge Takes Its Electro-Folk-Pop Sound From Utah To NYC

Nine hours outside the industry hustle and bustle of Los Angeles lies an unlikely music hub: Provo, Utah. Neon Trees, Imagine Dragons, The Used and Joshua James are among the bands who have called this place home. Now a new band has emerged from the ...

Must-Attend Panels At The 2014 New Music Seminar

The New Music Seminar kicks off next weekend (June 8-10) at The New Yorker Hotel in New York City. It consists of more than 160 music industry leaders participating in panel discussions about creating a more efficient and sustainable music business ...

New Music Seminar Unleashes 'A Brand New Music Business' In 2014: 'The Future Isn't About Selling Records Anymore!'

The 2014 New Music Seminar will be from June 8 - 10 and feature and extensive list of panel discussions on the future of the music industry as it morphs from the "records and albums" to "streams and attention."

Tom Silverman: New Music Seminar Founder Proves to Music Times That Industry Won't Die Anytime Soon

Read anything recently regarding the next big thing in the music industry? Tom Silverman heard about it before you. Heck, he may have written the article you read. The founder of Tommy Boy Records has always been one step ahead when it comes to ...

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