Posts Tagged ‘independent’

Do-It-Yourself Publishing & Distribution

This month we are looking at two models of media publishing and distribution available today. In my last post, I covered the traditional forms of record labels and music publishers. There are those that find the traditional avenues afford them great success in their careers. There are others who find the same traditional models are […]

Music Law: Interview with Attorney Evita G. Kaigler

One of the entertainment attorneys I connected with this past month while researching music law was Evita G. Kaigler. She founded The Law Offices of Evita G. Kaigler in Atlanta, Georgia, a law practice designed to create change within the music space by advocating for musical integrity and supporting the people who create the music. […]

Music Law: Interview with Attorney Chrissie Scelsi

This past month I connected with some excellent entertainment attorneys, one of those being Chrissie Scelsi. She is the principal of Scelsi Entertainment and New Media Law, P.L., with offices in Port Charlotte and Orlando, Florida. She practices entertainment and intellectual property law, including but not limited to matters for clients in music, film, video […]

Be Independent, but not Alone

Being an independent record label doesn’t mean that the company has to “go it alone” in the music industry. There are over 86,000 professional and trade associations, some of which are great allies to independents. One organization in particular is the American Association of Independent Music, also known as A2IM.

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