Recording Industry

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Checkmark Books, 2010 - Business & Economics - 150 pages
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A useful guide for anyone interested in a career in this evolving industry.

The recording industry has experienced dramatic changes in recent years as music lovers have made the switch from listening to music on CDs to downloading music online for MP3 players and other devices. As much as things have changed, some have stayed the same, and the industry still needs people who can find and recognize new talent, produce top quality recordings, and get the public interested in new music. Highly competitive and founded on creativity, the recording industry offers many types of jobs and opportunities.

Recording Industry identifies the most important elements of the business and helps readers chart their path toward career stardom. This new volume is loaded with special features, including descriptions of key industry practices, essential career information, handy fast facts, and emerging industry trends. Chapters explore a breakdown of jobs in the recording industry, tips for success, and how to talk like a pro.

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About the author (2010)

Don Rauf is the editor of Careers and Colleges, a magazine for high school juniors and seniors, and he helped write the Career Ideas for Teens series for Facts on File and Checkmark Books. He has published articles in Seventeen, Nick Jr., Young Entrepreneur, and many other youth-oriented publications. He lives in Seattle, Washington.

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