Music Business 3.0 Panel at Full Sail University



Listen as Full Sail University faculty people draw upon their many years of experience of the background music industry and provide students a in the different t that are offered for artists these days. Subjects range from the merits of eschewing major labels to visit the indie route, digital versus. physical product, the ways that college radio can nonetheless be accustomed to promote artists, and much more. Panelists include: Entertainment Media Posting & Distribution Course Director Kim Craft Entertainment Media Posting & Distribution Connect Course Director Brandon Egerton Record Companies Department Chair Jackie Otero Entertainment Business Masters Final Project Course Director Bill Thompson Music Retailing and Retail Promotions Course Director Israel Vasquetelle





One Response to “Music Business 3.0 Panel at Full Sail University”

  1. Sara Jo Wynn says:

    This is a great video. I am working for a distribution company, Rhinosilver Entertainment, and learning more about this topic. A lot of artists do not care to learn about promotions and educating themselves on the music business. Networking and investing in self is important. If you don't want to pay to create quality why would anyone want to purchase your music?

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