C. Michael Brae - © 2014 All Rights Reserved - (323) 389-1872  - email: info@cmichaelbrae.com

AUTHOR. INNOVATOR.

ENTREPRENEUR.

Award Recipient of

WHO'S WHO IN AMERICA,
       2010

     MARQUIS

 WHO'S WHO

       LLC.

 
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With all the new changes in the music industry, the goal for any artist or indie label is to make their mark in history. It’s all about mastering “paradigm.”

Available to Speak on The Following

Subjects:

>   music distribution

​>   music industry overview

​>   entertainment distribution channels

​>   current music industry & trends

​>   principles of entrepreneurship

​>   marketing in the music industry

​>   radio & retail support strategies

​>   music industry global positioning

​>   brand positioning & strategy

 

Mr. Brae has been a featured several times as a music business seminar keynote speaker at SAE (Nashville), panel speaker at The California Lawyers for the Arts "Music Business Seminar" (San Francisco), Lecturer & Keynote Speaker at "You in Music/Maximum Bass" - Business Seminar - Music & Arts Community (Bahamas), Speaker & Presenter at the Sinte Gleska University of California "World Outstanding Chinese Award (Hong Kong).

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"New Channels of Music Distribution"  

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New Book Journal

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Midwest Book Review
“Getting one's music heard is the hardest part of being a musician. "Music Distribution: Selling Music in the New Entertainment Marketplace" discusses the modern music industry and the distribution processes that one can best try to understand in the modern context and learning the marketing campaign behind them.  (read more)

 

James A. Cox - Editor

Midwest Book Review

April 2013

PUBLICATIONS & ARTICLES

 5 Timely Tips for Indie Labels & Artists

(Music Connection Magazine)

Feb 2013, By C. Michael Brae

"The most critical point to understand about paradigm is that in a paradigm shift, everything goes back to zero. What does that mean? It means that whatever made you successful in the old paradigm may not even exist or be necessary in the new paradigm."  (read more)