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Ep.31: Remi Harris author of the “Easy money?” guide on UK Music Funding (DMT 1-2-1)

This week on the 1-2-1 show an interview with Remi Harris, author of MusicTank‘s “Easy money? The definitive UK guide to funding music projects”. The guide is a comprehensive look at all the funding options that artists or independent labels can tap into in the UK in order to get specific projects off the ground and you can find it by visiting http://musictank.co.uk (the first chapter is free to download). MusicTank is hosting an “Easy Money?” funding conference in London on the 22nd of October so if you’re interested in hearing more and you’re in the capital head on to their website.


I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 106 – Xbox Music, Streaming in Japan, anti-piracy in UK/JP/FR & More!

This week on Digital Music Trends Andrea Leonelli (@digimusictrends), Virginie Berger (@virberg), Karim Fanous (@Karim_Fanous) and Taishi Fukuyama (@tshfkym) discuss Microsoft’s move into streaming with Xbox music, Spotify’s potential launch in Japan as well as the evolution of the market over there, anti-piracy measures and costs in France, Japan and the UK, the problem of accurate reporting from radio & TV and finally are less people trying to make a living as musicians?

Here’s a link to the week’s Shownotes with links to all the stories that we used as reference as well as the stories that we didn’t manageto talk about and some random link thrown in at the end: http://bit.ly/DMT106notes

I’m going to be on a break for a couple of weeks but there will be at least one special DMT show appearing in the meantime where I’ll be chatting to two very interesting start-ups (Bamm.tv and Datownia).

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Best,

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com

DMT 106 – Xbox Music, Streaming in Japan, anti-piracy in UK/JP/FR & More!

This week on Digital Music Trends Andrea Leonelli (@digimusictrends), Virginie Berger (@virberg), Karim Fanous (@Karim_Fanous) and Taishi Fukuyama (@tshfkym) discuss Microsoft’s move into streaming with Xbox music, Spotify’s potential launch in Japan as well as the evolution of the market over there, anti-piracy measures and costs in France, Japan and the UK, the problem of accurate reporting from radio & TV and finally are less people trying to make a living as musicians?

Here’s a link to the week’s Shownotes with links to all the stories that we used as reference as well as the stories that we didn’t manageto talk about and some random link thrown in at the end: http://bit.ly/DMT106notes

I’m going to be on a break for a couple of weeks but there will be at least one special DMT show appearing in the meantime where I’ll be chatting to two very interesting start-ups (Bamm.tv and Datownia).

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Best,

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com

DMT 106 – Xbox Music, Streaming in Japan, anti-piracy in UK/JP/FR & More!

This week on Digital Music Trends Andrea Leonelli (@digimusictrends), Virginie Berger (@virberg), Karim Fanous (@Karim_Fanous) and Taishi Fukuyama (@tshfkym) discuss Microsoft’s move into streaming with Xbox music, Spotify’s potential launch in Japan as well as the evolution of the market over there, anti-piracy measures and costs in France, Japan and the UK, the problem of accurate reporting from radio & TV and finally are less people trying to make a living as musicians?

Here’s a link to the week’s Shownotes with links to all the stories that we used as reference as well as the stories that we didn’t manageto talk about and some random link thrown in at the end: http://bit.ly/DMT106notes


I’m going to be on a break for a couple of weeks but there will be at least one special DMT show appearing in the meantime where I’ll be chatting to two very interesting start-ups (Bamm.tv and Datownia).

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Best,

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com