Musonomics

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.

http://www.musonomics.org

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From Punk to President (and beyond): Rob Stringer


Sony Music Group Chairman speaks with us on what's changed and what hasn't in 30+ years in music


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   41m
 
 

Mind the (Value) Gap


Global music listening is up, but with most listeners turning to user upload services like YouTube, music creators are caught in a legal loophole that deprives them of royalties


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 2019-10-17  24m
 
 

How a Wall Street equity analyst thinks about the music business


Gabelli equity research analyst John Tinker on how he finds value in the major music companies; in streaming services, live concerts, ticketing and the radio business


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 2019-06-27  42m
 
 

The Mainstreaming of K-Pop


BTS just played SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, marking the first-ever appearance by a Korean pop group in SNL's 44 seasons. On this episode, we examine the emergence and explosive growth of K-Pop on the American musical landscape and explore the genre's origins, current state and future with K-Pop expert Hannah Waitt.


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 2019-04-18  20m
 
 

Is Spotify Suing Songwriters?


What's behind Spotify's controversial appeal of a US rate court decision


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 2019-03-19  14m
 
 

How Music Got Modernized


The Music Modernization Act, Explained


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 2018-10-24  31m
 
 

Spin Cycle


Music moves our minds and our bodies -- and businesses know it


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 2018-08-27  17m
 
 

Home is Where the Smart Is


As smart speakers become almost as common as toasters in our homes, they're changing the way we get our entertainment, and challenging the music and broadcasting industries.


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 2018-04-29  21m
 
 

Is Radio Headed For a Digital Cliff?


Digital music services continue to drive recovery of the music industry after a long period of decline, and the AM/FM music radio business is starting to feel it. Young people born after Millennials don't use radio the same as previous generations...


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 2017-12-21  32m
 
 

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


Rock is headed towards a demographic crisis. Fifty percent of last year's top 100 grossing acts are over 50 years old. So what will happen to the live music industry when Mick Jagger is no longer filling stadiums charging hundreds of dollars per ticket? On this episode of Musonomics, Larry Miller talks to Neil Shah from The Wall Street Journal and Cherie Hu from Forbes about the future of the live music industry and rock's demographic crisis.


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 2017-06-01  28m
 
 
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