Music Online –
How’s the Future Looking?
Monday 15 October 6-8pm @ Scottish Music Centre
As the music industry continues its journey away from traditional delivery methods such as CD and vinyl and becomes increasingly dependent on online business models, what does this mean for the independent record label, the distributor, the retailer and, of course the creators of the music – the songwriters and artists? Everyone has a horror story about wholesale piracy, and millions of streams earning less that a thousandth of a penny, so what’s the real story about music online?
The Scottish Music Industry Association in conjunction with the PRS for Music‘s Scottish office are holding a seminar at 6pm on Monday 15 October at the Scottish Music Centre, Candleriggs, Glasgow, to update anyone working in the Scottish music industry who wants to understand more about the ever-evolving way music is delivered and consumed. The seminar will be led by Nick Edwards, PRS for Music’s Online Manager. Nick will give an update on developments in the digital sphere, and demystify the challenges and opportunities presented by downloading and streaming sites as well as answering all your questions.
Entry is free, however spaces are limited, and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis – to register click here: http://bit.ly/SZzwaP