A few weeks back, I had the opportunity to sit down and chat with Jay Frank, Senior Vice President of Music Strategy for CMT for The Music Void at Canadian Music Week 2010. Jay discussed his new book, FutureHit.DNA as well as the direction of the changing music industry. How should artists adapt? How should they build a fan base? Are micro-payments the way to go to sustain the industry? We also chatted about the 3-strike legislation, consumer wants, as well various revenue streams in today’s evolving music industry.
Before I give it all away…check out the full video below courtesy of The Music Void…
About CMT: Owned and operated by MTV Networks, and serves as an integral part of today’s pop culture. Launched in 1983, CMT is the #1 place for Country Music.
About FutureHit.DNA : Delivering inside tips and tricks from both the perspective of the music listener and the industry itself, FutureHit.DNA covers everything including: The history of techology's involvment in past hits, embracing new technology and using it to result in higher royalties, 15 tips for artists wanting a chart topping hit, and more.