The Music Industry in 2019: Artists Leaving. Pop Stars Plotting. Streaming Succeeding.

KOP looks in the headlines encompassing the state of the Music Industry in 2019: Artists Leaving. Pop Stars Plotting. Streaming Succeeding.

music industry 2019

Summer Walker Says She’s Done With the Music Industry. She tells Teen Vogue, “Y’all can have the music and I’ma just head out.”

Taylor Swift Talks about Changing the Music Industry, Taking Control. She tells Billboard I’m One of the Only People… Who Can Be Loud About It’

Op-ed: The Music Industry Shouldn’t kid itself: Piracy was never killed streaming…but it might be more valuable than you think.

Plus, KOP concludes his two-part interview with Paula Rizzo, an Emmy award winning television producer in NYC, a media trainer and strategist and the author of two books. The most recent one just published is called Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You.

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Lee Abrams Points out Radio’s Red Flags

Lee Abrams writes an epic Facebook rant on the state of radio and the red flags that need to be addressed. Plus, an interview with Media Consultant, Author, and Speaker Paula Rizzo.

Lee Abrams

Radio programming pioneer and XM Satellite Radio co-founder Lee Abrams recently sounded off on in a Facebook rant saying:

“Radio is in an undeniable position of strength in terms of accessibly, but as a fan of the medium, it has the potential for long term extinction in its current form. “

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Plus, KOP speak with Paula Rizzo, an Emmy award winning television producer in NYC, a media trainer and strategist and the author of two books. The most recent one just published is called Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You.

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How Politics Destroyed Deadspin; WGA-ATA Strike Spreads to Studios

How Politics Destroyed Deadspin due to a content dispute and a writer walkout; WGA-ATA strike spreads to studios as contract talks with studios commence.

Remi Jones

Plus, KOP concludes his conversation with a rising radio and TV host in the world of music, entertainment and business. An entrepreneur in her own right, Remi Jones talks to KOP about her work as a correspondent, actress, producer, and model who has interviewed legendary a who’s who of hip hop and R&B stars, and has worked red-carpet events for BET, VH1, and MTV.

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