Chapter 2 The 21st Century Business Model
Published: April 2011
Component type: chapter
Published in: Key Issues in the Arts and Entertainment Industry
Parent DOI: 10.23912/978-1-906884-20-8-1361
In the opening chapter, we saw how relationships between producers and audiences are undergoing a fundamental shift, with audiences becoming increasingly involved in the creative process. In this chapter, we will move on to consider the repercussions of this phenomenon by exploring how traditional business models are evolving in the arts and entertainment industry: popular music and the performing arts.
- Ben Walmsley, University of Leeds (Author)
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- Ben Walmsley, University of Leeds (Editor)
Walmsley, B. (2011) "Chapter 2 The 21st Century Business Model" In: Walmsley, B. (ed) . Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers http://dx.doi.org/10.23912/978-1-906884-20-8-1448
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