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Music Business Seminar – Why do Music Stores Have Mirrors? (And Other Musings of Music and the Market)

Students Megan Himel and Louis Pratt from the global entertainment and music business master’s program reflect upon the eleventh of the Music Business Seminars, where they had the chance to listen to George Howard talk about his experience in the music industry.

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During the week of February 6th, 2015, the students at Berklee Valencia were honored to host George Howard, a seasoned music industry veteran, as a guest lecturer. George found remarkable success over the years, running record labels (Rykodisc, Essex River Work and Slow River Records) as well as co-­‐founding TuneCore and other respected names in the music industry. With his latest venture, George Howard Advising, George hopes to draw on his years of experience in the industry (and running previous advisement firms) in order to help artists and brands fulfill their potential to work smarter, not harder.

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Music Business Seminar – Mythbusters: Music Industry Edition

Students Aimée Jogou and Louis Pratt from the global entertainment and music business master’s program reflect upon the sixth of the Music Business Seminars, where they had the chance to listen to Scott Cohen, co-founder of The Orchard, give his talk “The Future is not How it Used to be”.

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On Friday November 21st, students of the GEMB program were honored to receive a
visit from Scott Cohen, co-founder of the Orchard. The Orchard is currently the largest
global digital distribution platform, present in 30 countries worldwide. Scott is also a
famous public speaker and lecturer. He travels the world, teaching about new business
models, current trends, and future predictions about the music industry in the digital age.
He is also a visiting professor at London Metropolitan University, and sits on the British
Phonographic Industry Council. Moreover, Scott manages artists, including as the
Raveonettes and the Dum Dum Girls.

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