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This week on the Innovating Music podcast, we chat with Music Business Association President Portia Sabin about how the music industry is connected as a community. We discuss his background in the music industry, from performing as an artist to running a record label. We also take a look at other aspects of the music industry and how they have been affected in light of the pandemic. This includes professional associations and their benefits to independent labels, especially during the pandemic and other ways in which cities can centralize their local music businesses to connect the music community as a whole.
Guest: Dr. Portia Sabin, President, Music Business Association; Host, The Future of What Podcast
Dr. Portia Sabin is the President of the Music Business Association. While working on his doctorate. at Columbia University, she played drums, recorded and toured with New York band The Hissyfits. She founded Shotclock Management in 2004 and took over the management of the legendary independent label, Kill Rock Stars, in 2006. She is the host of a music industry radio show and podcast titled The future of what. Sabin is a past board member of the Pacific Northwest section of the Recording Academy, the RIAA, and the American Association of Independent Music (A2IM).
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