Washington, D.C.—National non-profit Future of Music Coalition (FMC), which focuses on education, research and advocacy for musicians, launched the next phase of its ambitious Artist Revenue Streams project today, September 6, 2011, with a detailed online survey for musicians and composers.
The survey is one part of a multi-method research effort to assess how musicians and composers are currently generating income from their music, performances and brand, posing the question, “How do you make money from music?” read more
As revenue diversification is seen as the key to a successful music industry future, the FOMC is trying to identify what artist’s revenue streams are today and how they’ve evolved over the last 10 years. The survey is scheduled to run Sept. 6 through Oct. 28. Interested participants can get more information here.) read more
Thanks again for completing our Money from Music survey. Use the materials on this page to encourage as many musicians and composers as possible to take it, too. The survey is open Sept 6 - Oct 28, 2011.
As one component of our Artists Revenue Streams project, FMC conducted an online survey from Sept 6 - Oct 28, 2011 to gather crucial information about the ways that US-based musicians and composers are currently generating income from songs, recordings or performances, and how this has changed over the past five years. read more
Musicians and Composers: how are you earning a living, and what are the untapped income sources out there?
Presented in collaboration with The Field, join us for this in-depth, participant-driven session about all the available revenue streams for musicians.
Monday, September 19, 2011
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
FAR Space, New York, NY
Free, but space is extremely limited. Click here to RSVPread more