Selling Out Editors’ Picks 2019: PODCASTS
As we wave goodbye to 2019, we wanted to take a look back at some of our favorite posts of the year. Today, we’re highlighting a few Selling Out With Jim McCarthy PODCAST posts.
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Todd Robbins has built a successful career in the New York City area utilizing what he calls “arcane” forms of entertainment. He is a veteran of numerous television, sideshow and off-broadway productions.
In this episode, Todd joins host Jim McCarthy to talk about eating glass, the changing of carnivals over time, and the differences between European and American audiences and shows.
Eva Price is a three-time Tony Award-winning Broadway producer whose credits include over 18 Broadway plays, musicals and concerts. She has been producing on Broadway for about 13 years and is a member of The Broadway League’s Board of Governors. Current and notable productions include: Oklahoma!, Jagged Little Pill, What the Constitution Means to Me, Annie, and Angels in America.
In this episode, host Jim McCarthy sits down with Eva Price to talk about producing Broadway shows, funding and lessons learnt along the way.
How do you find that balance between focusing on your creative talent and devoting time to the business and relationship skills you need to succeed? Klaus Derendorf has the answer.
He is Chief Business Development Officer at VerifiR, a cloud-based marketing, sales, and authentification platform. VerifiR helps brands directly connect with their customers from their mobile phones. Klaus has over 20 years of experience in the music, technology and media industries.
In this episode, host Jim McCarthy sits down with Klaus to talk about the notable talent he has worked with, how much bands actually get paid from streaming music, and the three traits artists need to be successful in the business.
The internet and social media have completely remade the way we create, produce, discover and consume art. And Fabrice Sergent wants to use these digital tools to unite artists and fans in a more profound way than ever before. He is succeeding. Fabrice is the Managing Director of Bandsintown, a digital media company powered by and built for music. He also found early success in his career helping to launch Lagardere, an early broadband provider.
In this episode, Fabrice sits down with Jim McCarthy to discuss the success of Bandsintown, the current state of the music industry, and how he helped start one of the first internet companies in France.
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