Digital and Radio Facts: Several music industry folks and I have been talking about Prince’s legacy and his amazing catalog of music. The iconic singer who was found dead this morning was outrageously private, unmarried, without children and previously estranged from his family. It’s no secret that he was at war with his former label Warner Bros Records when he changed his name to a symbol and had the word “Slave” written across his face several years ago, becoming an independent artist from that point on. While those close to him say he became incredibly business savvy after that experience where does that leave his publishing after his death? I can guarantee you there are already fights over his money as you read this and stories pertaining to his publishing will be very interesting. Who, if anyone, did he leave it to? RIP
The Rich Eisen Show Launches January 4th on Westwood One Podcast Network New Podcast, Just Getting Started, Slated for 2021 Launch NEW YORK, NY – DECEMBER 17, 2020 – CUMULUS MEDIA’s Westwood One today announced a partnership with Emmy-nominated broadcaster Rich Eisen to bring The Rich Eisen Show and future projects to the Westwood One Podcast Network. In the new partnership, Westwood One […] The post Westwood One Inks Partnership With Rich Eisen appeared first on Cumulus Media.
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