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Does a women's integrity suffer or prosper when they are involved in the music industry. Join our hosts Taheerah, Karishma, and Nacone as they explore the question. Stopping by will be Pop Opera Recording Artist Charisse Mills with some of her music. Join Us LIVE!
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The Wealthy Speaker Show is honored to host and interview David C. Linton, an award winning media professional and senior marketing executive. Host Paul Lawrence Vann states, "This episode of The Wealthy Speaker features a man who operates from a position of excellence in everything he does and listeners are going to be the beneficiary of expertise, wisdom and knowledge of the music industry unlike anything they've experienced before."
Who is David C. Linton? David was the head of Urban Music Promotions & Marketing departments at Warner Bros, Island/Def Jam, Arista and Capitol Records. He managed multi-millions dollar profit centers responsible for marketing projects by some of America's biggest music stars. He is known as a "Fixer" and has successfully restructured and implemented infrastructure systems leading to increased productivity of regional marketing managers while, enhancing staff development and improving retention.
Mr. Linton has great leadership and communication skills,which is vital in maintaining internal and external relationships with managers radio,television and other media outlets.That's not all, he has been responsible for over 90 million units in sales, as certified by the Recording Industry Arts Association (RIAA).
Today David C. Linton serves as a Supplemental Health Benefits Consultant, helping clients protect their assets against the # 1 cause of bankruptcy in America today. He is going to briefly discuss how he adds value to his clients.
Wealthy Speaker Show fans, followers and friends tune in on Wednesday, May 20, 7:00 PM (Eastern) to listen to music executive David C. Linton provide expertise on the music industry and how to protect your assets. Tune in at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann, call in with questions at (646) 59504797 and or join us on the web chat line. See you soon!
In this episode we will be speaking on the music industry. Most fans of today's music of complaints on the lack of music that is being heard on the radio, or when they turn to a music station on Telvision. So Is The Artist? Or is it the Music Industry looking at talent? Also Special Indie Hip-Hop Artist Gee Whiz. She will be promoting her Debut album "Listening to the Musiq"
Taylor's new song is just Okay....Billboard Music awards.....Why George Stephanopolous is getting so much heat for donating to Clinton foundation. ...that and past Christian artists.
In addition to Current Events NTS and I will be discussing the absolute Jewish control of the music industry, much the same as Hollywood in film and television.
Then we're returning to a blog post we both made a couple weeks ago called DEMONIC SHOCK TROOPS FROM ANOTHER DIMENSION. In my introduction at Pragmatic Witness I stated a theory that maybe the Jews were not born here, but instead, landed.
We expect this show to be quite interesting and hope you can tune in.
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Various people in the music industry will be calling in to give their opinion on indie music that was sent to me. This is an opportunity for artists to connect with other individuals in the music industry.
Join us as we talk with accomplished artist song writer music man and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame producer Tony T Hussle Pearyer, as we discuss the industry the fuckeries the 360 deals labels and much more. If you ever wondered about certain aspects of the music game, feel free to call in and ask your deepest question. No holds barred. Then in our second half we will discuss Alabama and the temperature down there with another special guest. YOU DO NOT WANNA MISS THIS SHOW !!!
Rob Roder will be talking about how he built a successful home based business to promote himself into the music industry.
Rob Roder used the home based business industry to gain the knowledge, contacts, and resources to allow him to pursue his passion for Music and the Music Industry.
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State Of The Music Industry is a frank discussion of the changes in the music industry and what can be done to do business in today's environment, specifically where technology is involved.
Panelists include Tracy Powell, a Technologist and President and Ceo of Bigwebinc.com, He is the Executive Director of The Blackcodeproject.org, an organization that provides coding classes for children in the inner city and Brian Lassiter, a music industry consultant, who has spent more than twenty years advising and guiding artists and independent labels. The discussion will be moderated by Darryl James, who founded Rap Sheet, the second largest rap music publication in 1992.
The Intensive Music Industry Clinic, Plus Film & Technology (IMIC+), Rap Sheet’s music conference tour. The Date is August 16 at 10AM EASTERN TIME on www.blogtalkradio.com.
Future Conferences will be live streaming via rapsheet.com, but due to some technical glitches, this one will be hosted via Darryl James' radio show.
The music industry is in flux, leaving many artists with no real understanding of how to make an entrance or how to make a living. Even the major labels have no real roadmap for dealing with new and emerging technology.
Rap Sheet, the first Hip Hop Newspaper was launched in 1992 and by 1997, became the second largest rap music publication and the only one with Black ownership. After a brief hiatus, the publication and the website have been re-launched, taking advantage of cutting-edge technology to synergize and reinvigorate the music industry.