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Business innovation and disruption in the music industry

Contributor(s): Wikstrom, Patrik [Editor] | Defillippi, Robert [Editor].
Publisher: United Kingdom Edward Elgar 2016Description: vii, 233 p.ISBN: 9781783478149.Subject(s): Creative ability in business | Music trade | Sound recording industry | Music and the InternetDDC classification: 338.4778 Summary: Over the past fifteen years the music industry has experienced a disruptive process of digital transformation that has reshaped most aspects of the industry; in 2015 the contours of a “new music economy” have begun to emerge. The structure and mechanics of these evolutionary processes vary considerably between continents, and this book examines these processes within Europe, America, and Asia. The contributors offer a range of theoretical perspectives, as well as empirical findings from the social sciences and business, as well as the media industries. They offer a holistic understanding of the forces shaping the new music economy and shed some light on the impact of these forces on the ways in which music is created, aggregated and distributed, and on the economic and social consequences for industry producers and consumers. (http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/business-innovation-and-disruption-in-the-music-industry)
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Table of Contents:

Part: I MUSIC INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION IN CONTEXT

1.From record selling to cultural entrepreneurship: the music economy in the digital paradigm shift

2.Back in black: rethinking core competencies of the recorded music industry

3.Crisis and creative destruction: new modes of appropriation in the twenty-first-century music industry

4.The fallacy of composition and disruption in the music industry

Part: II CHANGING BUSINESS MODELS

5.Digital disruption and recording studio diversification: changing business models for the digital age

6.The influence of disruptive technologies on radio promotion strategies in the music industry: a case study of one microfilm's decision-making practice

7.The Chinese music industries: top down in the bottom-up age


Part: III STREAMING MUSIC SERVICES AND THE FUTURE OF MUSIC

8.Slicing the pic: the search for an equitable recorded music economy

9.Lessons from the world's most advanced market for music streaming services

10.More music is better music

11.You have 24 hours to invent the future of music: music hacks, playful research, and creative innovation

Over the past fifteen years the music industry has experienced a disruptive process of digital transformation that has reshaped most aspects of the industry; in 2015 the contours of a “new music economy” have begun to emerge. The structure and mechanics of these evolutionary processes vary considerably between continents, and this book examines these processes within Europe, America, and Asia. The contributors offer a range of theoretical perspectives, as well as empirical findings from the social sciences and business, as well as the media industries. They offer a holistic understanding of the forces shaping the new music economy and shed some light on the impact of these forces on the ways in which music is created, aggregated and distributed, and on the economic and social consequences for industry producers and consumers.

(http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/business-innovation-and-disruption-in-the-music-industry)

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