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Music Industry

Unit 39 – The sound and music industry – task1 Introduction: Music industry has four areas. The different roles and jobs are link to the different areas of music industry. People need to sign the contracts and every areas of music industry have different content of contracts. People or companies have copyright. Licensing and copyright are very important in music industry. P1 Describe four areas of the music industry. 1. Music publishing In the music industry a music publisher or company...

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Music Industry, Five Forces.

provide an overview of how the prices in the vertical chain for music compact discs correlates with how prices are divided according to the mentioned links in production chain of the music industry. Secondly I will by use of Porter’s five forces explain the pattern of this. Very few big record companies heavily control the music industry. This is also known as Oligopoly, which makes the record companies price setters in the music industry and leaves them with significant more power than that of the...

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Affect of Technology in Music Industry

The music industry has come a long way since those dreadful days of the mono recordings. Back then, artists, producers, and engineers didn't have as much of a choice of what equipment that would use to get their recordings done. With the advancement in technology and new innovations constantly being created in the music industry, the opportunities are endless. If you look up the definition of technology you will see the words industry and commerce, which to me just means growth and development. Technology...

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Music Industry: Written Report

[pic] Music Industry Assignment 2 (of 2) Level 6 - Semester 1 2012/13 Module Leader: Justin Morey (j.morey@leedsmet.ac.uk) - Room Caedmon 218 Teaching Team: Bob Brazill Andrew Fryer Justin Morey Sam Nicholls Guest Speakers tbc. This assignment is one half of the work required for this module. You will also need to complete Assignment 1. Assignment 2 (of 2) - Written Report (50%) Answer one of the following questions (1600-2000 words) 1. You are a member of a band...

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Online Music Industry

Case 2- Emerging industries Online music industry – iTunes and Spotify Table of Contents Introduction 1 iTunes 2 Spotify 2 Why are iTunes and Spotify so popular? 4 Critique 4 Sources 5 Introduction In this casework, we want to focus on the changing environment of music industry. It started with radio, later on gramophone, vinyl and records, CD’s and now online music. We want to research why this new type of listening and sharing music is so popular and finally, will...

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An Exam On The Music Industry

 Midterm Exam Music Industry II Jordan Meisles If I were to be hired as the new event coordinator at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater, it would be of great importance to draw in crowds to make the theater a credible and desirable place for touring artists. There are many steps that would have to be implemented in order to make the theater more popular to artists and audiences alike. Especially when it comes down to bringing in audiences from outside of Bloomington, there has to be a drawing factor...

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Impact of New Media in Music Industry

New Media in Music Industry Introduction In the recent years, there have been changes in the structure of the Music industry and the paths that have been used for creating, promoting and distributing music. Most of these changes resulted from the advancements in technology, which affected both economic and technological structures of the industry. The digitization of music and its migration on to the Internet has been one of the biggest challenges to the traditional music industry. Ever since the...

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How the Internet Changed the Music Industry

Changed the Music Industry COM/156 September 11, 2011 Large music labels have made statements since the late 1990s regarding the Internet’s damage to music sales through piracy by showing the decline of CDs sold year over year. However, the music labels themselves did not realize the sales opportunities that could be provided by the Internet and only saw a damaging environment. The same music labels also neglected to take advantage of the Internet as a new venue to find popular music artists. As...

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The Internet and Its Effect on the Music Industry Value Chain

Topic: “The Internet and its Effect on the Music Industry Value Chain” National University MGT/602: Strategic Decision-Making in Global Business Instructor: Prof. July 17, 2009 The purpose of this paper is to explain why the growing popularity of downloading music from the Internet gave rise to a new music industry value chain that differs considerably from the traditional value chain. The internet has helped usher in the "New Age of music/media access”. The internet has it used...

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What Is E-Sonic Has Been A Front-Runner In The Music Industry

Executive Summary For decades, Sonic Records has been a front-runner in the music-industry. To keep up with the changes to go electronically, they will be teaming with an online music store. They went with this decision because of the change in this industry as there is less demand for CDs that are being sold in stores. In order for Sonic to continue to succeed in this industry, the subsidiary needs to be formed. Sonic’s competitors have already been using this method for years now but, Sonic...

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