SoundExchange To Power Global Podcast Music Licensing

SoundExchange and SourceAudio have partnered to license music for podcasts. Podcastmusic.com, a digital music marketplace for podcasters, will now have access to SoundExchange creators and offer licenses for label and publisher-owned music. The collaboration will enhance Podcastmusic.com’s current database of 700,000 production and music bed tracks by providing a global… Continue Reading

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How To Start A Music Focused Podcast

Living as we are in the Golden Age of podcasting, new shows are constantly springing up every day, and the music industry is no exception. A fun and easy way to engage your audience, there are a few critical components for putting together a quality podcast, which we cover here…. Continue Reading

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Musicians: Getting The Most Out Of A Podcast Interview

As journalists seek out new ways to introduce music to the listening public, many have turned to podcasting. A less formal and often more in depth way of interviewing artists than traditional radio. While certainly a good promotional opportunity for artists, there are some things you should keep in mind… Continue Reading

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Ariel Hyatt Unveils ‘Fan 1st’ eBook, New Podcast

Cyber PR chief Ariel Hyatt has long been a teacher of and advocate for developing artists. Never one to rest on her laurels, the d.i.y. music guru has released ‘Fan 1st,’ the latest in her series of ebooks, as well as, relaunched her informative podcast. Ariel’ Hyatt’s newest ebook ‘Fan… Continue Reading

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Promoter 101 Podcast Schedules Farewell Show

The Promoter 101 podcast will end production this Fall. The podcast show had a large and loyal music industry following despite the fact that co-hosts Dan Steinberg of Emporium Presents and WORKS Entertainment’s Luke Pierce never asked me to appear on the show. The final show will be taped in… Continue Reading

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