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How To Get Music On Spotify’s Playlists

Anyone working in music industry promotion has doubtless tried to figure out how to get their music on a Spotify playlist, and while it's not as simple as most would like, there are certain steps you can and should take to increase the likelihood of earning a coveted playlist spot....

This is a news publication all about the working life — but it’s housed within a job search company

As news publishers search for sustainability, some companies with established business models are in search of publications to call their own. Anheuser-Busch has one around beer. Two popular shaving product companies each run one. Airbnb had Pineapple magazine, but published one issue in 2014. Now, 14-year-old online job search platform and service Ladders has hired...

Newsonomics: Lydia Polgreen’s ambitious HuffPost remake aims for “solidarity” among readers

Make no mistake: Lydia Polgreen understands she has her work cut out for her. Named The Huffington Post’s editor-in-chief in December, Polgreen brings to the job an enviable reputation as a journalist, as a colleague, and as someone who cares passionately about the issues of our time. At 41, she left a 15-year career at...

Jeff Israely: What comes next in the Uberization of the news business?

Both Uber the company and Uber the concept are juicy subjects for those of us in the business of assigning and writing articles. The company changing the ways of commerce and transport seems to keep winding up in street clashes and courtrooms. Meanwhile, founder and CEO Travis Kalanick has become the perfect Silicon Valley villain,...

The Lasting Power Of O'Reilley's Anger And Arrogance

One primping, sneering, leering racist misogynist down, one to go. Well, many more than one to go, but one in the White House to go. Bill O'Reilly is out at Fox News, though we have hardly seen the last of him. He still has millionsShow More Summary

With Open Notebook, Hearken wants to help news orgs do more of their reporting in public

David Fahrenthold never did find much evidence of Donald Trump’s charitable efforts, but he got a Pulitzer Prize for his trouble. Fahrenthold’s reporting, which he tracked via pen and paper and which relied on input from readers, “created a model for transparent journalism in political campaign coverage while casting doubt on Donald Trump’s assertions of...

Montana legislature: ABA, take a hike with that 8.4 rule

In passing Senate Joint Resolution 15, the Montana legislature has expressed its view that it would be unconstitutional for the state to adopt the ABA’s controversial Model Rule 8.4(g), which purports to ban “discrimination” and “harassment”...Show More Summary

More Doctrinal and Partisan Economic Analysis at the FCC

According to FCC Chairman Amit Pai and the partially dissenting judge in a key case, the FCC desperately needs more economists and their work product. See; and Show More Summary

Artist Sues Church For Moving His 9/11 Memorial Sculpture

5 days agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

It's pretty rare for us to bring up the issue of "moral rights" over creative works in the US, and even rarer to directly reference VARA -- the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 -- and yet, here we are, twice in one week discussing VARA claims. Show More Summary

Knowing Booze Causes Cancer Inspires People to Cut Down

If you want to get people to stop boozing it up, don't show them images of glasses of healthy, sparkling water instead of beer—show them an ad that illustrates how too many cocktails can cause cancer to course through their bodies, the Guardian reports. That's the finding of a...

New Mexico Librarians Use Lyric Analysis To Examine Indigenous Hip-Hop

Delores Tucker is often remembered for her criticism of “gangsta rap,” but she can also be credited with prompting a new form of hip-hop scholarship. In 1997 the activist and politician used several Tupac Shakur lyrics to issue a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the artist’s estate. Show More Summary

Has America Really Become Less Tolerant Of Sexual Harassment?

The cheering of liberals, progressives, well-mannered, morally decent, and socially conscious people of every stripe over the ousting of Fox News megastar Bill O’Reilly has been raucous and widespread. The reality that this seemingly...Show More Summary

NPR is bringing back ’90s hip-hop DJs Stretch and Bobbito

In the 1990s, DJs Stretch Armstrong (Adrian Bartos) and Bobbito (Robert) Garcia introduced listeners to future stars like Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z, Eminem, and Nas on their show on Columbia University’s WKCR. “At that point in time, your show was the most important show in the world,” Nas said in a 2015 Kickstarter campaign that Stretch...

Forget Ed Sheeran and Drake, Justin Bieber Just Had The Biggest YouTube Debut Of 2017

The Bieb is back! Oh, wait... you only wished that he went away. Talk all you want about Ed Sheeran and Drake as the streaming success stories of 2017, but Justin Bieber just helped break a YouTube record with the biggest music video debut of 2017. The static video, tracked...

Open Content Creation at VCU

I’m going to hit a few of the things I’ve done with people around open educational resource creation.1 In the discussion, I’m going to ignore some complexities around the term ‘open’ in order to avoiding dragging the whole post down....Show More Summary

The Troubling Contradictions of Dronestagrams

Picture our world seen from the air. A condo tower appears as a dollhouse, each window offering a glimpse into an individual life. The street below is a flat plane, occupied by toy cars. Or a single stand of evergreens points towardShow More Summary

Survival Of The Shortest: Did Streaming Kill Song Intros?

While lengthy, dramatic intros used to be commonplace in the power pop ballads of a few decades ago, a recent study has revealed that the hits of today have significantly more truncated, something for which consumers shortened attention spans are likely to blame. _______________________________ Guest post by Misti Crane of...

BACKLINE with Drummer Extraordinaire Alicia Warrington

In this edition of CASH Music's Backline, drumming success story Alicia Warrington takes us behind the scenes and shares her preferences for hardware, software, and a dream setup. _________________________________ Guest post by Alicia Warrington of CASH Music Who are you, and what do you do? Hey! Alicia Warrington here. I...

Non-Sequiturs: 04.17.17

Iranian law students participating in an international moot court competition "surprised" over the warm reception they've gotten in the United States. [Al-Monitor] Yup, Justice Gorsuch is going to be just fine on the Court. [New York Times] The newest justice's first test. Show More Summary

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