Jack Bonney, former General Manager of WUAG at University of North Carolina Greensboro; stops by to talk about internet radio, what it takes to make a successful college radio station, and what the future of terrerstrial radio could be.
Ron Carter shares his thoughts on the state of the jazz industry today, and what has been lost in recent years as a result of changes in technology and in the business itself.
In a seminar held at Loyola University, New Orleans, George Bundy (CEO of BRS Media) discusses how the radio industry is being affected by new technologies (satellite radio, the internet) much as record companies are by filesharing. He shares his thoughts on some of the biggest questions facing radio will internet radio be terrestrial radios biggest competitor? Will ClearChannels radio monopoly survive? and on what the future of radio is likely to be.
In a forum held at Loyola University, New Orleans, George Bundy (CEO of BRS Media) discusses the coming of internet radio and how changing technologies, distribution channels and listening habits are going to change how fans and consumers find new music. He addresses what traditional radio stations are doing to adapt to the new reality, how the record industry collects royalties from internet radio, how internet radio stations find their listeners, and what the future of radio both internet and terrestrial is likely to be.
In a forum held at Loyola University, New Orleans, George Bundy (CEO of BRS Media) discusses the rise of commercial FM radio in the 1970s, compares it to new developments in internet radio as is happening now, and describe how technology is changing how history unfolds the second time around.
Russell Rains, Director of the MBA Program in Digital Media Management Program at St. Edwards College in Austin TX, discusses various possible futures for copyright in the USA, from abolishing it outright to modifying the law to better account for digital distribution and duplication.
Russell Rains, Director of the MBA Program in Digital Media Management Program at St. Edwards College in Austin TX, discusses the concept of precedent and how it relates to copyright law, which in turn underpins the entire music industry as we know it. He discusses the origins of modern law in English common law, and why it is critical that modern courts stick to the 1,000 years of precedents that have come before when formulating their decisions. He also analyzes the apparent breakdown in precedent that is facing modern copyright law, as technology and new distribution methods get far out ahead of the laws ability to encompass them.
Russell Rains, Director of the MBA Program in Digital Media Management Program at St. Edwards College in Austin TX, gives his opinions on various forces shaping the future of the entertainment industry and how people find and consume music and other media. He discusses the notion of convergence in both a technological and business sense, and assesses the impact of the phenomenon on consumers, retailers, and the future of copyright and digital rights management. He also makes an attempt at isolating what forces are really at the root of current controversies over digital rights, pricing, and distribution methods.
Russell Rains, Director of the MBA Program in Digital Media Management at St. Edwards College in Austin TX, leads a discussion at Loyola University, New Orleans about how copyright law applies to sound recordings in the USA, how digital media and digital rights management relate to copyright, and what the future may hold. He explains what rights the purchaser of a sound recording has, why record companies love digital rights management, how Creative Commons may transform copyright law, how new technology and distribution methods are making current law obsolete, and how current events are shaping the future of copyright law.
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