The 2017 Winter X Games descended upon Aspen, Colorado last month for the 15th consecutive year. Top action-sports athletes from around the world gathered to compete in a number of the usual skiing and snowboarding competitions, but there was a new event that drew all the buzz this year. Dubbed “Snow BikeCross,”this intense and nerve-racking event sends riders… Read more »
Facebook vs YouTube: Which is the Best for Your Video Campaign?
Facebook vs YouTube: these two game-changing platforms have become a contested rivalry in online music video streaming. With massive emphasis now behind native video players, is Facebook today’s place to start an artist’s video campaign? Or with its creator-friendly programs, advanced Content ID and monetisation options, is YouTube the way to go? In this post, we’ll… Read more »
Indie Store Spotlight: Music Millennium
It’s an exciting and challenging time for me to start working at The Orchard as Sales and Marketing Manager for the company’s Physical Retail department. Music consumers continue to purchase CDs and vinyl for their music consumption. In 2016 CD sales were down but still dominated the business for configuration purchases. Vinyl album sales continued to… Read more »
A Sound Relationship: How Turkish TV Boosts the Local Music Industry
I remember the good old times when the whole family would sit in front of the old television and wait for The Cosby Show to start or when I begged mom to let me watch V before going to bed. Back then the only TV channel in Turkey was run by the Turkish government. In the 80s, soap… Read more »
Classical Music: Not Just for Old People!
Classical music. “But isn’t it just for old people?” they ask. And when I say “they,” I mean the random people I’ve met throughout my 27 years who can’t fathom that this woman who adamantly learned all the words to Eminem songs in her teens and who can’t sing without shamelessly imitating Britney Spears can… Read more »