It is not easy to avoid streaming music, especially when some of the largest companies in the world have worked together to create an environment where it feels like the only reasonable option. As streaming's dominance in the marketplace becomes more solidified, there are importation questions to ask about its impact on culture, the environment, the lives of artists, and the music itself. Join Joe Steinhardt, a professor in Drexel University's Music Industry Program and the owner and founder of Don Giovanni Records, as he explores the mechanics and consequences of music streaming for listeners, artists and industry workers, and how they can be avoided.
|Publisher:||Microcosm Publishing LLC|
|Pub date:||31 Mar 2021|
|Number of pages:||18|