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How Haulix is Preventing Albums from Leaking
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July 27, 2015 10:00 AM PDT

In this episode of the Music Business Podcast, Alex May talks with James Shotwell of Haulix, a platform for artists to securely share electronic press kits. As the company’s Social Media Coordinator, Shotwell helps us explore how Haulix addresses and prevents the unauthorized leaking of promotional pre-releases. With his wide range of music business expertise, Shotwell addresses social sharing and helps us answer the question: is Haulix on the road to making album leaks a thing of the past?

Are Music Services Wasting Time Recommending New Music?
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July 19, 2015 05:48 PM PDT

In this episode of Music Business Podcast, we talk with George Howard, who is an Associate Professor of Management at Berklee College of Music and Head of Music at Music Audience Exchange. We talk to Howard about his recent Forbes article about why people do not want to discover music.

Apple Music Review
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July 09, 2015 07:41 AM PDT

Cortney Harding and Kyle Bylin review Apple Music.

Music and Metadata
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July 01, 2015 09:52 PM PDT

Hello everyone and welcome to the Music Business Podcast, presented by Hypebot.com. I’m your host Kyle Bylin. Today on the show, we are talking with Bill Wilson, who is the VP of digital strategy and business development at the Music Business Association. We are going to talk to Bill about the state of metadata in the music business and why it’s so important today.

Stop Hating Spotify
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June 14, 2015 08:45 PM PDT

In this episode of Music Business Podcast, presented by Hypebot.com, we talk with David McMillin, who is the lead singer of Fort Frances and author of a recent essay on Pop Matters called “Why Its Time To Stop Hating Spotify.” In the piece, McMilion adds an indie musicians perspective to the royalty payout discussion and floats the idea that maybe Spotify isn’t run by a bunch of sadists. We talk to McMillion his essay, Spotify, music royalties, Tidal and so, so much more.

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Apple Music Launch
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June 08, 2015 10:43 PM PDT

Kyle Bylin and Cortney Harding discuss Apple Music.

The State of Music Streaming
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June 06, 2015 07:41 PM PDT

In this episode of Music Business Podcast, I talk with Anu Kirk, the former Director of Music Services at Sony Network Entertainment. He spent over three years as the business owner of Sony Music Unlimited, a global multi-platform music subscription service. He also worked on MOG and Rhapsody for several years.

I talk to Kirk about Spotify Now, Pandora’s acquisition of Next Big Sound, and music streaming services more broadly. Who is creating the best product? How could they be improved upon? These are all important questions to think about as the music industry gets ready for the Apple Music announcement on Monday.

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Do Music Exclusives Matter?
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May 31, 2015 04:37 PM PDT

Today on the show, I am talking with Jim McDermott, who is a social media and content marketing strategist for artists. Jim has been involved in the new media and digital music space since 1993. During his career, Jim has developed successful grassroots and online marketing campaigns for Guns & Roses, U2, Sheryl Crow, David Bowie, and many others. He has also worked for Sony Music, PolyGram, Warner Music, UMG, and Island Records.

I am going to talk to Jim about music exclusives. These days, every music streaming company is fighting over exclusive content. They want singles and albums from popular artists that no one else has. But do consumers care? Is this going to a strategy that signs up more paying subscribers for companies?

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Chosen: A Mobile Talent Contest
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May 25, 2015 10:41 PM PDT

In this episode, I talk with Nicole Cifani, who is a marketing lead 
at Chosen, a talent competition app. Chosen officially
launched a few months ago after being in stealth mode for two years. I talk to Nicole about what Chosen 
is and how she landed a job at the company. We are also going to talk about what exactly 
it means to “gamify” the music experience.

Why YouTube Rules Music Videos
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May 03, 2015 06:43 PM PDT

Music Business Podcast's Kyle Bylin and Cortney Harding discuss the present and future of YouTube and music videos.

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