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New York, NY

Description:

Musonomics is a twice-monthly podcast about the business of the music and culture industries. Hosted by Larry Miller and produced with support from the NYU Steinhardt Music Business Program, we use data, music and interviews with newsmakers and analysts to provide insight into what's happening now -- and what's coming next.

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@musonomics

Language:

English


Episodes

It's (Still) a Long Way to the Top: The present and future of the concert and festival business

6/1/2017
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Duration: 00:28:44


How China's Music Market is Going Legit

4/21/2017
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Duration: 00:15:48


Lyrics, Lyricists and Licenses

3/2/2017
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Duration: 00:27:27


Who Cares About Quality?

11/14/2016
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Duration: 00:20:42


Bright Lights, Music Cities (and States)

8/3/2016
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Duration: 00:30:31


The Headwinds Facing Music Startups

6/2/2016
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Duration: 00:28:09


The Vinyl Resurrection

4/22/2016
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Duration: 00:30:19


Songwriting, Consent and the Age of Discontent

3/31/2016
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Duration: 00:26:14


Music in the time of Politics

3/2/2016
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Duration: 00:29:42


Music, Money and the Super Bowl

2/4/2016
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Duration: 00:18:12


The 3 Most Important Stories of 2015

1/1/2016
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Duration: 00:22:57


That Weird Thing That Happened To Recording Studios

11/30/2015
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Duration: 00:35:57


YouTube's Big Red Elephant is Loose in the Music Industry's Room

10/27/2015
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Duration: 00:32:59


The Transparency Moment

9/2/2015
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Duration: 00:19:58


Summer Festival Fever Spreads from Newport to Tennessee

8/3/2015
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Duration: 00:27:18


George Wein and the Newport Legacy

7/23/2015
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Duration: 00:29:58


Apple, Music, and the Launch of Apple Music

6/28/2015
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Duration: 00:29:22


What's a Mixtape Anyway?

6/6/2015
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Duration: 00:23:26


Hello, Tidal! The Escalation of the Streaming Wars and the $100 Billion Mus

5/7/2015
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Duration: 00:21:40


Record Store Day, the Vinyl Resurgence and The State of Physical Music Reta

4/14/2015