Q&A Maureen Droney

Schultz, Barbara
May 2009
Mix;May2009, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p88
An interview with Maureen Droney, senior director of The Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing in the U.S., is presented. When asked about the significance of her position for the music business models, she answers that efforts have been made to become more relevant and valuable to the members. She shares that there are several new concepts in relation to the value of free. She also notes that major record companies grew out of their entreprenurial and independent spirits.


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