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November 18, 2016 – In-Car Music: Listening On The Road
Traditional terrestrial radio, after years of maintaining its stance as the dominant in-car audio provider, has seen it’s grip loosening with the advance of satellite radio (Sirius XM) and music streaming services such as Pandora becoming increasingly available in ‘connected-cars’ – those equipped with 4G wireless broadband technology. Importantly, understanding the in-car listener (age, gender, and media consumption habits) is crucial when predicting how their listening behavior may change in years to come. This new LOOP report, has profiled these listeners, and looks at their current habits alongside their perceptions of developing technology, such as music streaming and hi-res audio.
November 18, 2016 – How Music Reports Works With The Music Publishing Community
Earlier this year, rights administration platform Music Reports launched several online features for the music publishing community, including Account Dashboards, a Claiming System for unmatched songs, and a License Offers system. During this webinar, you will learn how to use all these free tools to maximize your royalties from the largest global music services.
November 2, 2016 – Streamline Your Catalog Management & Creative Workflows in Songspace
Songspace is a reliable, collaborative way to manage music catalogs, publishing and master data, pitch tracking and projects as a team by combining the tools of Box, iTunes, SoundCloud, GoogleDrive, Excel into one product. Songspace business clients include some of the biggest music companies in the world, such as Downtown Music Publishing, Big Deal, Round Hill Music, Notting Hill, Words & Music, Razor & Tie, Sony Records, Big Yellow Dog, Red Bull, Sub Pop, Dualtone Records, Secret Road and many more. In this session, presenters Robert Clement CEO) and Challey Legg (Director of Creative Services), will walk you through how publishers, labels, managers, lawyers and admins are using Songspace’s innovative platform to manage music catalogs.
October 21, 2016 – The Market For Giving The Gift Of Music
Gifting has always been an important driver of sales, particularly in the run up to the busiest sales season of all, Christmas. However, the transition to digital has presented the industry with a challenge in how to migrate the gifting of physical products into the digital equivalents. During the webinar, Loop will present their “Gifting Topliner,” a detailed data brief that provides an overview of the music gift market, broken down by consumer demographics, quantifying and comparing the relative size of each gifting product and detailed profiles of gifters and recipients for each as well as spend on these products. The availability of this data at the beginning of Q4 will be particularly timely for all involved in music marketing.
October 13, 2016 – 8 Ways Musicians Can Use Live Streaming To Gain Fans And Achieve Success
Live streaming is quickly gaining popularity as it redefines the nature of engagement between creators and fans. But can broadcasting yourself in real time actually move the needle for musicians? YouNow, a live social network that enables audiences and performers to connect in real time and is devoted to the unlimited potential of human creativity, teamed up with Audiokite Research to explore these questions and more in a first-of-its-kind study of live streaming’s impact on the music industry. In this webinar, we’ll share the results of this study, including what elements of music-themed broadcasts fans love the most, and we’ll highlight eight tips to help musicians get the most out of live streaming.
October 5, 2016 – Secure Your Assets: Haulix Simplifies Promotion And Impacts Your Outreach
Haulix is the music industry’s leading digital promotional distribution platform. Used by record labels, managers, publicists, and independent artists alike all over the world, Haulix strives to ensure every client is able to promote their new and upcoming releases with a fully customizable platform that boasts the best anti-piracy tools in music today. Join us for this one of a kind webinar and we will show you how industry professionals of all sizes use Haulix to streamline their promotional efforts, maximize the impact of their outreach, and ensure their private media files are not made available to the general public. Digital Marketing Coordinator James Shotwell will use examples of real-life campaigns to showcase the power of Haulix, and he’ll also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the future of promotional distribution.
September 29, 2016 – A Look at the Year in Music, So Far
A lot has happened in music (so far), streaming numbers soared, record-breaking albums were released and music sponsorship hit an all-time high. Join Nielsen for a look at the state of the U.S. music industry through the first half of the year, exploring 2016 mid-year consumption data. We will also look at music fans, who are driving the changes in today's dynamic music market. Discover how fans are interacting with music now, how fan behavior is trending over time, and what that might mean for music in the future. To download a copy of the presentation deck, click here. (Note: By downloading the Nielsen industry presentation, you acknowledge and agree that all information, materials, data, images, graphics, sounds and other components of the presentation (the "Contents") are confidential and proprietary to Nielsen. The Contents are made available to you, as an attendee of the Nielsen webinar hosted by Music Biz, for confidential internal use within your company. You agree not to disclose the Contents to any third-parties without prior written consent from Nielsen.)
September 28, 2016 – Common Ground Webinar Presented by Artist Growth and flyt
The webinar begins with a presentation by Music Biz member flyt, is the multi-tracking tool you get paid to use. The ever-growing platform has the ability to collect audience lists made up of the people who click your links, so that you can later advertise and re-target these people for future campaigns. The webinar continues with our featured presentation: Modernized, Mobile & Integrated: Artist + Tour Management Software, presented by Artist Growth. As music business becomes more reliant on software applications to generate, track, and report revenues each year, Artist Growth has made it their core mission to continually expand a best in class management platform that enables customers to send and receive data to and from their partners, as well as manage and track the day-to-day logistics of an artist’s or band’s busy lives.
September 23, 2016 – Music Consumption: Streaming, Hi-Res Audio, and Playlisting Data Revealed
Today, consumers can listen to any music they want, at any time, in any place and in any format, whether it be downloads, radio, streaming, CDs or vinyl and, importantly, that privilege costs far less than it used to, if it costs anything at all. Crucially, the free reign that consumers have over how they access and consume music means that the radio and music industries are totally consumer driven – no one but the audience dictates what music is popular and successful. As a result, everybody in music management, publishing, broadcasting and streaming must keep their finger on the pulse of the constant changes in consumer audio consumption, and how they impact the industry as a whole. The report, ‘Music Consumption: The Overall Landscape’, encapsulates a democratic measure of audio consumption in the US, investigating the significance and impact of changes to music consumption and how they may reshape the music industry’s macro-environment. It is an invaluable tool for any company or person operating within radio or music, and the creative industries at large.
August 17, 2016 – Dropbox for Music Biz
Dropbox is used throughout the music industry, by everyone from artists to accountants, performers to promoters, agents to A&R. During this webinar, Dropbox presented its platform and how it is streamlining workflows, powering secure collaboration—and even saving performances. In this session, presenter Marshall Kurtz, Dropbox’s Solutions Architect, demonstrated how users and admins are doing more with Dropbox.