Many of my friends are in the arts & music, and almost without fail they are compensated less than they deserve for the value they add to our lives. Here’s the Berkman Center on the modern music scene, the devilish deals, and revenue streams.
Newly empowered musicians now find themselves juggling dozens of career-related responsibilities, from booking their own shows to composing witty tweets. How are today’s musicians balancing it all and, even more critical, how have these changes impacted their earning capacity?
Kristin Thomson — independent record label owner and Consultant for the Future of Music Coalition — and Erin McKeown — internationally known musician and Berkman Fellow — discuss the changing landscape for musicians and music fans, focussing on how musicians are managing their assets, building teams and allocating their time in an increasingly networked world, and drawing on data collected through FMC’s groundbreaking Artist Revenue Streams project, a multi-method, cross-genre examination of musicians’ and composers’ revenue streams in the US.
via Kristin Thomson and Erin McKeown on Making it as a Musician in an Increasingly Networked World – YouTube.