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Brooklyn Hackers Experiment With Music Visualization

By Eliot Van Buskirk from Evolver.fm. Many objects that play recorded music have screens. Sometimes the screen plays a music video, but mostly it displays helpful — if static — information about what’s playing. The possibilities forShow More Summary

Bob Crewe

For a while in the hectic mid-1960s, the Four Seasons and the Beach Boys, respectively the champions of America's east and west coasts, were all that seemed to stand between the Beatles and the wholesale capitulation of the US pop music industry. Show More Summary

Why You Should Stop Sending So Many Press Releases To The Music Press

By Lueda Alia from Alueda. Last night, I came across an article titled “I Read and Replied to Every Single PR Email I Received for a Week” by Zach Schonfeld, which describes my daily, exhausting experience with my inbox(es) all too well. Show More Summary

Linkfire: "Smart Links For Music Marketing"

Linkfire is a promising new service that creates "smart links for music marketing." Smart links allow you to use one link that can direct people to a specific url based on their location/date/device or even deep link into apps that they have installed. Show More Summary

Marketing Music During The Middle East Conflict

By indie rapper Kosha Dillz (@koshadillz). Marketing is used in everything. Unfortunately it is even used in war. While my eyes are glued to television about the latest news in the Israel // Gaza conflict (I'm an Israeli citizen if you are wondering) I keep thinking of what is going on in relation to organizations and rallies and fighting. Show More Summary

5 Lessons For The Music Industry From "Weird Al" Yankovic

By Kevin Erickson from Future of Music Coalition. Last week, beloved musical humorist “Weird Al” Yankovic dropped his new album Mandatory Fun. Propelled by a set of eight viral videos, it quickly rose to the top spot on the Billboard charts, his first ever #1, with over 104,000 album sales. Show More Summary

Hot Trailer: Michael Apted’s ‘Bending The Light’

Veteran filmmaker Michael Apted‘s new documentary focuses on the relationship between the artisans who craft camera lenses and the photographers and cinematographers who use them. Bending The Light features never-before-seen footageShow More Summary

Broadway’s ‘Mamma Mia!’ Launches Video Promos With Lego Show

Thirteen years old and still selling well at Broadway’s Broadhurst Theatre, Mamma Mia! has launched a new video series to promote the show with a nod to its major market, out-of-towners. MAMMA MIA!’s Guide to NYC will showcase art exhibitions,...Show More Summary

Hot Trailer: ‘The Toy Soldiers’

The trailer is out for the feature The Toy Soldiers, a set of five interwoven coming-of-age stories set in the 1980s and skating around a particular location, the Toy Soldiers Roller Rink, as it prepares to close permanently. The film...Show More Summary

‘Boyhood’: 39 Shooting Days, A 4,200-Day Production Schedule

The first thing that catches you about Richard Linklater‘s new movie, Boyhood, is the gimmick: It took 12 years to make. And this wasn’t some Orson Welles-like fight with a studio or money people or an artistic fugue state like those afflicting early Terrence Malick or late Stanley Kubrick. Show More Summary

This Is Why People Aren't Watching Your Videos

By Aaron Ford of the Sonicbids Blog. Let's talk about YouTube. We could talk about VidCon, which sold out 12,000 tickets a month in advance. We could also talk about the over-dramatized and sensationalized YouTube vs. indies misinformation war. Show More Summary

‘Academy Originals’ Mini-Docs Launch On AMPAS Site, YouTube

The Motion Picture Academy has launched a wide-ranging weekly series of short videos about filmmaking on both its own Website and on a new YouTube channel, with shorts posted already featuring notables such as Mike White, Seth RogenShow More Summary

YouTuber Dilemma: Staying ‘Authentic’ Amid 4K Cameras, Studio Money, Ad Dollars

Amid all the dealmaker swagger and pubescent screams at last week’s giant Vidcon gathering in Anaheim, Calif., one nagging question kept presenting itself: how do YouTube creators stay “authentic” to their demanding and devoted fansShow More Summary

How Molly Lewis Built Her Indie Music Career Using YouTube, Social Media and Patreon

By Musician and Marketing Consultant Solveig Whittle (@shadesofsolveig). Solveig Whittle interviewed Molly Lewis who blew up on YouTube with her ukelele covers. Now she's writing her own music, working fulltime as a musician and looking for YouTube alternatives. Show More Summary

Latin America: the music industry's new frontier

Once viewed as a backwater, improvements in technology, infrastructure and standards of living have triggered a digital music gold rush in Latin America and made it a destination for big stars to tour The São Paulo music scene: 'Every night is Friday' When he took to the stage the room was not quite full. Show More Summary

EMMYS: Contenders Gain Exposure At Non-traditional Campaign Stops

When it comes to the thought of tubthumbing himself to his peers during Emmy season, Brooklyn Nine-Nine co-creator Michael Schur personally exclaims, “I don’t want to get involved with vote solicitation.”  Shur’s philosophy isn’t uncommon...Show More Summary

Can fan campaigns reinvent the music industry?

Through online campaigns and crowdfunding, music projects that labels and promoters wouldn't touch have managed to get off the ground. But is the fan-driven revolution in music really as utopian as it seems? Dropping onto YouTube onShow More Summary

Fans Find No Fault in ‘Stars’ Social Media Ahead Of Debut

Amid all the fevered attention for massive summer movies featuring mutant humans, giant lizards and an edgy tomorrow with Tom Cruise, a tragic little love story between two cancer survivors appears poised to have its own big run when it debuts later this week. Show More Summary

‘Strangers’ Scribe Bryan Bertino To Adapt Serial Killer Tale ‘Abe’ For MGM

EXCLUSIVE: MGM has set The Strangers writer/director Bryan Bertino to script Abe, the feature based on the chilling short film by British writer/director/VFX artist Rob McLellan. McLellan will make his feature directing debut based on the short about a robot serial killer, and Kevin Misher and Steve Tzirlin will produce it. Show More Summary

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