Daily Archives: April 28, 2009
From the cofounder and director of the original legendary New Music Seminar comes a seminar for the next music business, targeted at disenfranchised artists disheartened by the state of the industry and desperate for change.
“I have been asked many times over the last 15 years to bring back the New Music Seminar,” said Silverman, “but it wasn’t until the end of 2008 that I could finally see the new business begin to emerge. The trends are clear now and the future can finally be foretold. ”
The music business has changed beyond recognition. The old record industry is over. For record companies, it’s a bleak picture. But it puts thousands of artists in the strongest position they ever been in tocreate their own success.