Monthly Archives: January 2008

Work For The Tribe

Seth Godin has written many excellent books and offers cutting edge insights on marketing, business and change for the future. Take his recent blog post on “Tribe Management”.  All of us in the music and radio business should be thinking … Continue reading

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Lower The Noise Floor

The “noise floor” is the measure of the signal created from the sum of all the noise sources and unwanted signals within a measurement system.  In other words, it is unwanted or unwelcome noise that interferes with peak performance and … Continue reading

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Gone Country

Did anyone catch the first episode of CMT’s new reality program “Gone Country” on Sunday evening?  I happened on it by accident and I don’t usually watch much of CMT, because the channel typically has nothing to do with music anymore.  Same for … Continue reading

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CC Orders Q1 Company-Wide Hiring Freeze

From Media Week: Katy Bachman JANUARY 28, 2008 – As the company prepares to go private, Clear Channel Friday ordered company-wide budget cuts and a hiring freeze for first quarter, possibly longer. In a memo to all managers, John Hogan, … Continue reading

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Future of the Music Business Quorum

This is from a November Freakonomics blog about the changing music industry. Some interesting insights. Just click here.

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This I can play….

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What do you do?

A good majority of people define themselves by what they do for a living.  It is even more true in the music industry.  We like the business because it is more of a lifestyle than a job.  Since it is … Continue reading

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