#048: Roundtable – Music is Your Business

Facebook’s new terms get a rewrite. More on royalty rates and internet Radio. Myspace has people spending way more time per visit. Indie band Officer Roseland sets up mystimuluspackage.org to pay fans $1 to download their new album.  We recap last weeks episode “A Musician’s Guide to Taxes” complete with a horror story from a musician…

#047: Allen Jones – A Musician’s Guide to Taxes

It’s tax time! Before you run away screaming, we’ve provided this resource to help guide you through process of properly reporting your music income to the IRS. Allen Jones, from Portland Community College, stops by to break it down and aide us musicians in what is usually an ominous task. YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE: This information…

#046: Roundtable – Podcasting is good for you!

The Boss gets hot under the collar over the Ticketmaster, Live Nation merger. A new performance rights bill is gaining traction in Congress. Facebook kicks Myspace’s virtual butt. Kevin, Chris and Robert revisit last weeks interview with internet marketing guru, Jason Van Orden. Plus calls, questions, suggestions, circus animals and curious smells. You’ll thank your…

#045: Jason Van Orden – Podcasting and Internet Marketing

Podcasting and internet marketing specialist Jason Van Orden, talks about podcasting, marketing and networking on the web. Jason lays out the nuts and bolts of how to create a podcast, and why it’s so important to see yourself as more than a podcaster or blogger, but a content creator. He explains why it’s so important…