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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 nowRead more

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George Wein and the Newport Legacy

Dec 12 • 24:19
George Wein single handedly created the model for the popular music festival. In this episode, host Larry Miller of NYU Steinhardt celebrates George's legacy with the Newport Jazz and Folk Festivals with a cast of Wein's friends and colleagues. Included are Newport Jazz Festival Artistic Director Christian McBride, City Winery's Michael Dorf, Newport Festivals Foundation E...

Brick by Brick: Jon Platt on Creating a Mighty Career and Culture

Jul 11 • 34:23
Jon Platt, head of the world's largest music publisher Sony Music Publishing chats with host Larry Miller in a fireside chat in front of a live virtual audience at NYU. Jon's pedigree of signing songwriters like Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Kanye, and Drake has afforded him a well-deserved place as a shrewd creative executive and a powerful advocate for music creators. Jon discusses ...

Valuation Nation: Hipgnosis and the Business of Song Management

Mar 24 • 34:50
If it seems like a remarkable number of larger-than-life legacy artists have sold the rights to their catalogs lately for astonishing price tags, it's very likely the work of Merck Mercuriadis, CEO of Hipgnosis Songs Fund. Hipgnosis is disrupting the music industry by dropping big bucks on artists' songs and transforming them into an investable asset class. In this episode...

Games Without Frontiers

Jan 14 • 28:26
The evolution of video games has been entwined with the music industry since the 1970s; dependent on related tech developments and targeting a similar consumer audience. Video games have become a significant revenue stream for music artists from e-sports, rhythm games, and titles like Grand Theft Auto. Now Fortnite, Minecraft, Twitch, and Roblox have changed the context fo...

Sync or Swim -- Licensing Music for Podcasts

Sep 27 • 40:00
Why is licensing music for a podcast like sailing in uncharted seas? In this episode of Musonomics, host Larry Miller of NYU Steinhardt delves into why this format creates so much complexity for music usage even as the audience for podcasts is exploding. In conversations with music clearance expert Deborah Mannis-Gardner, music supervisor Scott Velasquez, and Premier Music...

Go Small & Stay Home: Live Music in the Time of Crisis

May 26 • 40:20

From Punk to President (and beyond): Rob Stringer

Dec 10 • 41:49

Mind the (Value) Gap

Oct 17 • 24:02
In this episode of Musonomics: how is it possible that more people are listening to music than ever, but musicians are earning less? Larry Miller of NYU Steinhardt talks to musician, indie label owner, and festival producer Miranda Mulholland and Graham Henderson, the president and CEO of Music Canada, about the "value gap" - the growing mismatch between the value that use...

How a Wall Street equity analyst thinks about the music business

Jun 27 • 42:50
Stock investors looks to equity analysts for guidance on whether to buy, sell or hold stocks in individual companies. Gabelli equity research analyst John Tinker has covered music and entertainment stocks for over twenty years. In this wide ranging conversation we hunt for value in the stocks of Spotify, Sirius/Pandora, iHeart Media, Live Nation, Vivendi/Universal Music ...

The Mainstreaming of K-Pop

Apr 18 • 20:06

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