Music Entrepreneurship

Allan Dumbreck (Editor), Gayle McPherson (Editor)

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Abstract

The music industries hinge on entrepreneurship. The recent, rapid convergence of media and the parallel ongoing evolution of music businesses have again seen the focus shift to independent companies and individual entrepreneurs. Opportunities tend not to be advertised in professional music and practically everyone begins on their own: forming a band, starting a record label, running events, or building a website. But it's not an easy territory to navigate or get a handle on.

Music Entrepreneurship features an analysis of the changing landscape of the music industries and the value of the entrepreneur within them through a series of focused chapters and case studies. Alongside contributions from key academics across the globe, expert contributors from across the industry highlight successful entrepreneurs and offers practical help to the reader trying to navigate the business. Sectors examined include:

The value of the music industries
Recorded music
Live events
Branding in music
Artist management
Digital distribution
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBloomsbury Publishing plc
Number of pages336
ISBN (Print)9781472530974
Publication statusPublished - 17 Dec 2015

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Dumbreck, A., & McPherson, G. (Eds.) (2015). Music Entrepreneurship. Bloomsbury Publishing plc.