Knowledge & Advice for Creatives
working in Music, Film & TV
Welcome to the last episode of the year. Join us to celebrate the guestsof 2021! Plus, we also share in this week’s episode the TOPICS include; Website and Mailing list, Developing and building a social media presence, press and blog coverage, Surround yourself with a strong team. Plus much more!
This week we discuss Seamless Music Industry courses and mentoringprograms for creatives pursuing their career goals. Seamless is launching the online courses in the coming weeks which include; Artist Management Mentoring Online Course - Music Festival Structure, Planning & Finance Online Course - The Music Business Overview Online Course - The courses will provide the most relevant and up-to-date skills, tips, and knowledge from a seasoned team to help you move your entertainment career forward.
In this week's podcast episode, we take a look at the DO'S & DON'TS of music supervision. A music supervisor is a person who combines music and visual media together. A music supervisor is “a qualified professional who oversees all music-related aspects of film, television, advertising, video games, and other existing or emerging visual media platforms.”
In this podcast episode we are looking at how to put on a successful music festival in the GLOBAL pandemic, is this possible, or is this a step too far? Let us take a closer look. A lot of work goes into planning a music festival, from setting your goals to securing your team to then making it all happen.
In this podcast episode, Pete and BeX discuss different ways artists and bands can keep proactiveduring the pandemic.
We look at the live sector and how this has been affected since the Covid-19 outbreak.
Welcome to Part 2 of the Musicstreaming. This is such a HOT topic right now with the UK Government looking at this area closely, with labels, artists, and distributors to provide a fairer landscape for the indies.
Part 1 music streaming discusses: The music streaming services are looking for ways to expand their customer base, develop their product, grow revenues, and find a sustainable long-term business model. Streaming has already changed the way the recording industry operates and the way in which we consume, share, and experience music globally.
This week Part 3 - Tips on how to write a successful business plan for the creative industries. Following on from Part 1 and Part 2 over the last few weeks, we will be continuing a step-by-step guide on writing a business plan dedicated to artists, musicians, and bands.
This week Part 2 - Tips on How to Write a successful business plan for the creative industries. Following on from Part 1 of last week's episode, we will be continuing a step-by-step guide on writing a business plan dedicated to artists, musicians, and bands.
This week Part 1 - Tips on Writing a Successful Business plan for your music career. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing a step by step guide on writing a business plan dedicated to artists, musicians, and bands for all the creativity needed to sustain a career in music, having a business plan is one way to stay properly grounded, and define your goals.
In this week's episode, we discuss essential marketing strategies and tips for your music, whether you're a band or an individual artist. So, how bands and artists market themselves in the music industrytoday?