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A Rock Star's Guide to Networking: Randy Nichols

Quit name-dropping and start building grassroots connections from the ground up. In the music business, slow and steady often wins the race, says Randy Nichols, CEO of Force Media Management, a New York firm that’s best known for managing pop-punk and hardcore groups including Bayside, The Startling Line, Underoath, and The Almost.

Touring by the Numbers: Why Bands Should Stop Worrying and Love the Metrics

Credit: yakub88 / Shutterstock.comCredit: yakub88 / Shutterstock.comColdplay did it with iTunes. Gaga did it with Doritos. And Jay and Ye most definitely did it with Samsung. Artists who partner with mega-brands can stress less about record sales and pirated tunes as private companies foot the bill.

Life on Tour with Coldplay, Lady Gaga, and The Great Wheat Thins Caper

Patrick Dolan is a cinematograher who has spent years on the road as a video engineer with recording artists like Coldplay, Lady Gaga, The Roling Stones, and many more. In a recent interview, Dolan discussed life on the road and how he got his start in film and video. He also shared a few of his personal experiences and a side of recording artists only the crew gets to see. Below are excerpts from the full interiew that will appear on Get In Media next week. 

Behind the Music: Michael Kaminsky

Michael Kaminsky has always had an entrepreneurial spirit and an eye for talent. After starting his own computer company in high school, the California native headed to UC San Diego where he obtained a university grant and launched a popular college television station. In between classes, Kaminsky would search the web for up and coming bands and began directing and producing music videos in his spare time.

Show People: Tiffini Chow

In the world of performing arts, the term juggler may conjure of up images of a smiling and dexterous showman, happily navigating multiple air-bound bowling pins for a living, often as part of a traveling circus caravan. That metaphor almost perfectly describes Tiffani Chow’s role as company manager.

Tour Smart: Martin Atkins on Building a Fan Base and Packing the Venue

According to the gospel of Martin Atkins, there’s only one commandment emerging musicians should live by: Treat your art like a business.

Cotton King: Joey Lemble

If you’ve attended a concert over the last five years and bought a T-shirt, there’s a very good chance merchandise manager Joey Lemble sold it to you.

Circus Maximus: Jeronimo Carbi

Jeronimo Carbi actually did run away to join the circus. Working for an entertainment equipment rental company in Argentina, Carbi gained experience working major stadium shows. Immigrating to the U.S.

Anschutz Entertainment Group (AEG)

AEG is a wholly owned subsidiary of Anschutz Company and operates numerous divisions dedicated to sports and entertainment presentations. Among other ventures and properties, AEG owns or controls facilities such as the STAPLES Center, Home Depot Center, American Airlines Arena, and NOKIA Theater Times Square. The company also owns several professional sports franchises, including the Los Angeles Kings, Houston Dynamo, and Los Angeles Galaxy.

NETworks Presentations

NETworks is a theatrical production company with more than 70 national and international tours to its credit. The organization was founded Kenneth Gentry, Seth Wenig, and Scott Jackson.