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Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on June 18, 2012
Broadcast Network For Independent Artists (BN4IA) began programming on May 19, 2012 to over 200 terrestrial (over the air) radio stations around the world and five internet radio stations.
We’ve all seen that crazy dude behind the soundboard that may or may not have any sort of idea what he’s doing. Not to worry...he’s just the one that’s in charge of whether or not you sound good from where the audience is standing.
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on June 12, 2012
.MUSIC (DotMusic), an organization seeking to launch ".music" as a community-based, generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) since 2005, has formally applied to ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) to become the global Music Community's registry service for ".music."
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on June 11, 2012
Most albums begin their lives with little or no fan interaction, and the so-called "DIY" album is no exception to this. Worse still, the majority of albums begin their lives in debt to either an investor or a label.
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on June 08, 2012
There's no way musicians in search of advice have the time to read through all the new, helpful content published online every day. We've pulled our four favorite articles from this week and posted them below so you don't have to find the best articles yourself!
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on June 04, 2012
Digital has overtaken physical as the biggest source of recorded music revenue in the United Kingdom, according to new figures released by British labels trade body the BPI.
If you’re in a band that does a large repertoire of songs or regularly performs out in bars and local clubs, you may be interested in seeking out some higher-profile gigs as an independently contracted musician/band.
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on May 29, 2012
Google has lifted the veil on its anti-piracy efforts by launching an online Transparency Report that offers details on the issuers and targets of removal requests for Google's search results. The easy to follow, interactive report covers requests to remove infringing URLs from July 2011 to May 2012.
Written by Mike Harmon | Posted in: on May 24, 2012
Shaker won TechCrunch Disrupt SF last year with its 3-D virtual nightclub built on top of Facebook, and June 8th it will finally launch in North America with the help of the music industry’s Live Nation and BandPage.