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Tag Archives: music
I have been under the mistaken impression that Duane Eddy, the King of Twang, was no longer with us. I just learned today, courtesy of Premier Guitar, that Mr. Eddy is still with us, going strong and will celebrate his … Continue reading
Wednesday, 21 February 2018 8:02 pm Comments Off on We Couldn’t Afford To Buy Records
Digital Media: As Memorable as Kenny G?
The smooth jazz radio format wasn’t as popular as thought. When Arbitron changed from paper diaries to portable people meters (PPM) about ten years ago, broadcasters learned that people didn’t do what the paper diaries said they did. With good … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis, Data, Media Tagged Bob Lefsetz, data, digital media, Lumen Research, measurement, music, viewability Comments Off on Digital Media: As Memorable as Kenny G?
Forget Big Data. Improve Marketing With a Cathode Follower!
What do tube amplifiers have to do with digital marketing? It turns out the analog world of tube circuits is more like the real world of marketing and advertising than the clean, digital, “Big Data” world we’d like to believe … Continue reading
Posted in Communications, Guitar, Marketing, Organization Tagged amplification, analog, digital, guitar, marketing, marketing automation, music, noise, signal 1 Comment
Don’t Get a Job. Work Instead.
You find wisdom in the most unexpected places if you’re seeking it. I stumbled on this interview with Adam Ant this morning. He says something very important about twenty minutes into it. “I’ve never really had a job. This isn’t … Continue reading
Posted in Media, Philosophy Tagged career, interviews, music, work Comments Off on Don’t Get a Job. Work Instead.
Producers Don’t Work For Public Companies?
Irving Azoff is a “producer” in the true sense of the word–an individual that can create a vision, rally talented people behind it, and execute. And now he’s left Live Nation to go back out again on his own. Why leave … Continue reading
Posted in Career, Leadership, Media Tagged billboard, Irving Azoff, leadership, Live Nation, music, producer, Ticketmaster 2 Comments
Prediction: Streaming Wins, Powered by Apple
Bob Lefsetz published an article on Friday that powers this admittedly not very far out prediction. Streaming–powered by iTunes–becomes the preferred choice of music consumption in the US. We’ll achieve that by 2013. Why? Streaming music works. See Spotify and … Continue reading
Posted in Predictions Tagged apple, media, music, prediction, spotify Comments Off on Prediction: Streaming Wins, Powered by Apple
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