WHERE TO WATCH
Vydia Embraces Artists Choosing Indie Distribution
January 2, 2020
Roy LaManna, CEO and co-founder of Vydia, recaps distributing a Kanye West album in just 24 hours, and why more artists are choosing indie.
CbdMD CEO Says Trust Is Key as Company Reports Record Sales
Oct 20, 2017
Helping Content Creators Navigate Online Distribution
The internet has made it incredibly easy for up-and-coming musicians, and established stars, to reach large audiences inexpensively. However, with so many platforms cropping up, the distribution process has become increasingly complex. Vydia is a tech start-up that helps musicians navigate the fragmented online content distribution framework. They work with over 170,000 artists to ensure that they maximize the money they make from their online content. In addition to making money, Vydia helps artists better understand the legal rights they have to their digital content.
Jul 10, 2019
How Kanye West Built a Billion-Dollar Empire with Yeezy Shoes
A new piece in Forbes explores Kanye West and the Yeezy empire he created. Zack O'Malley Greenburg, senior editor of media and entertainment at Forbes, breaks down the story.
Jul 21, 2017
The Site Trying to Help Indie Musicians Make a Buck
In the music industry, 1% of artists make 77% of total recorded music income. The majority of musicians make their living on live performances. David Baird, CEO of Gigmor, stops by the Cheddar studio at the Bungalow in Los Angeles to explain how this company is making it easier for indie musicians to find paid gigs.