Charles Adler is leaving The 'Peg and heading for the wet coast where the old fox can fan his extensive wardrobe of blue suits and live the life of Brian as he learns to eat sushi.
If the industry hopes to restore growth and fix the problems with today’s streaming models, it needs to confront its evolution.
All you need to do is to stop making all the time-sucking mistakes and spend quality time focusing on the few things that really matter.
CaneFire is a riot of music incorporating Carib and Latin rhytms that classically trained Ledbetter absorbed from his travels through Trinidad, Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Brazil.
Bill King has been shooting concert photographs a good 30 years and he's seen the special relationship in good times and bad times. Here, he and a host of professional photographers discuss how things are going from bad to worse.
If an industry can be digitized or heavily computerized, it can be quickly killed. The trick is in seeing the train before it hits you.
The Senate committee's 50 Shades of Blue goes to great lengths to define a course of action that more or less assures the pubcaster's demise.
Annually, 17,000 to 20,000 people attend at least one of Country Music Week’s twenty-five plus events, generating over 300 million media impressions.
Having 43-million streams is well and good, but if the return is $2,700 — as Pharrell Williams' "Happy" generated from Pandora — who cares?
Listening to Winehouse is pure pleasure. She pumps Dinah Washington, Billie Holiday, and Sarah Vaughan through her veins.
Standard Broadcasting sold its radio and TV assets to Astral Media in 2007. Since then, Gary Slaight has divided his time between being a white knight through the family trust, sitting on various not-for-profit boards, and developing Canadian talent incubator, Slaight Music. He sat with Bill King recently to discuss a range of topics. It's a conversation peppered with candor and insights, and it illuminates a complex man with a heart full of soul.
Saidah Baba Talibah has a rep as being a tough act to follow on stage. The daughter of Salome Bey has changed her name, is involved in a new musical and talks about her past, her future and family roots with Bill King.