The Director of Legal & Business Affairs and Music Partnerships at 7digital explains how they provide digital music solutions for clients like TDC, Pioneer and musical.ly.
When it comes to radio, the music industry is still primarily based on reporting. This means that mistakes and inaccuracies happen all the time. My vision is to have a transparent music industry where music usage is based on monitoring, instead of reporting, so that in the future every artist will get compensated accurately and fairly.
Here are short 11 tips for improving your music career by using available data from streaming services, radio tracking services, and social media. You can make a living off your music if you learn to look in the right direction and follow certain opportunities.
Lennon Cihak, music journalist for Earmilk, Magnetic Magazine, Digital Music News and more, gives advice on the do’s and don’ts for getting your music covered in the media.
The founder of the pioneering organization MusicTech Germany, discusses the challenges between the traditional music industry and the emerging music tech industry.
The CEO of AIM which represents 800+ independent UK music companies talks about how the availability of radio and streaming data has become a game changer for independent musicians in just a few short years.
The experienced French music publisher talks about the importance of having a publisher in today’s independent music business.
We had a chat with the founder of Resonate music streaming service. A new Berlin-based streaming service that aims to be fairer in terms of distributing royalties to artists. Listen up!
The artist manager and entrepreneur talks about the promising new music industry conference Pivotal that he is launching in a few months.
Should artists/creators be more pro-active in terms of collecting and owning their data?
If you are working professionally with music and want to find your markets, understanding your radio airplay in real time is without a doubt one of the true missing elements in music industry-data.
We just launched our new podcast channel here at WARM. We’ve invited guests to join our show and talk about music, data & transparency. The first episode features the great Scott Cohen, the co-founder of digital distribution company The Orchard. We met up with him at this year’s SPOT Festival in Aarhus, Denmark. Please remember to follow our podcast on your …
We asked Walter Hargrave (founder of Indie Music Bus) some questions about the independent music business. The Indie Music bus has helped lots of independent musicians and upcoming bands. The Indie Music Bus is a helping hand to the independent musicians, offering various services from promotion to blogging and internet radio to DIY tips and tricks, and general support.
We’re teaming up with the upcoming streaming service to make data and analytics simpler for independent artists.
As an artist, don’t you hate it when Facebook changes it’s algorithm, making it harder for you to reach your followers? Or have you ever been frustrated that you didn’t have more information about the people who actually buy your music or come to your concerts? If the answer is yes, then you should consider using Superphone. Superphone is an …
WARM met up with Danish top producer and record label partner Rasmus Stabell. He’s an award-winning producer and has been working with serval artist within his label :labelmade:
Stabell explains the importance of tracking your music online and the benefits of looking into your
To get your music on the radio does not have to be impossible. We would love to help you make this magic happen! Here’s a few options on how to make this easier.
Bobby Borg is a former major label, independent, and DIY recording/touring artist with over 25 years experience working alongside the most respected musicians, songwriters, managers, producers, and A&R executives in the music industry.
Holidays are a great time to catch up on your reading and with Easter right around the corner, why not do just that? Reading the right books are also a great way to get smarter about the music business and inspire your next career move. In this article, we recommend five books about the music business that will help you take your …
by CEO Jesper Skibsby This year was my first SXSW, and what an experience. Lots and lots of interesting panels, workshops, and debates regarding all aspects of the music industry. Networking opportunities at SXSW were endless, and from my point of view extremely valuable. The center of Austin is sizzling of great networking events, especially the A2IM breakfast(American Association of Independent Music) …
Here at WARM, people often ask us if radio is still important. Many are under the impression that the death of traditional broadcast radio is right around the corner and don’t quite understand why a radio monitoring service like WARM is such an important tool for musicians. Isn’t the future in streaming? Isn’t radio ancient and irrelevant? Not so fast. While …