Technology has changed the way music is heard or seen because of the subscription services, online streaming services and video websites that you can see videos on. Technology has tampered with the way music is viewed because in the 1970s, people weren 't able to have their favorite artist’s music in the palm of their hand, they had to buy records or CDs, but now they have different ways to listen and view music, which leads artists to make more money; videos and streaming websites are the new ways artists make money because if a song costs 99¢ on iTunes then some of that money goes to the artist, which occurs each time the song is downloaded (Knopper, “The New Economics of the Music Industry,” rollingstone.com). The change in the way humans listen to music and buy music online and in-stores have changed the way artists get paid because
THE EFFECTS OF FAMOUS ACTORING FAMOUS ACTORS IN THE SUCCESS OF A FILM BODY An extensive academic literature exists on the question whether famous actor creative talent affects the financial performance of movies. The research typically accounts for the notion that studios may employ bigger famous actors for movies that are expected to generate higher revenues or that the most powerful famous actors may be able to choose the most promising movie projects. Several researchers have studied the effect of hiring famous actors on revenues. The findings are mixed: some studies have not detected a relationship between revenues and talent involvement (Austin 1989;Litman 1983; Litman and Ahn 1998; De Vany and Walls 1999; Ravid 1999), while others have
College athletes should get paid because people make money off them, some sport careers don 't last long, and getting payed large amount of money teaches financial responsibility. Many people take advantage of college athletes not being paid and use them to make money. For example, making jerseys, posters, shirts, and other merchandise that is of college athletes. None of the college athletes ever see any of the money made from the jerseys that were sold. Doing this is basically taking credit for something you didn 't do.
This development happened towards the end of the Great Depression when Americans were starting to get back on their feet at the start of World War II, creating an economic boom. Producers of motion pictures started to see the revenue films were bringing in unlike plays which needed the actors to preform every time and could only be seen at one place. On the other hand, films needed actors for one recording, could be mass produced, and distributed across the
There’s a reflection of the US races in movies, the creators of the shows cater to the target audience, and it doesn 't seem people care about the color of the person’s skin as long as they play the role correctly. Why should people care about how much of race is on TV anyway? As long as they fit the job well, why should someone else be hired because they are a minority? It’s not the job of the public to police what is okay in TV and what is
It can be argued that marketing has given many of the creative industries new and opportunities for artistic self-expression, in film, design, writing, music and more (Krzysztof, Croft 2004). To have a career in the music industry, the artist should have a manager to act as their representative to the record company. With the significant drop in album sales, artists now have to rely on the revenue they make from touring and preforming as their main income so they will also need an agent to manage their live performance career. Over the last decade, the music festival sector has grown and has been the way most popular musical artists have been able to sustain their living. Plus, there are even more people that are involved with supporting a musical act, or concert, such as the promoters, venue operators, ticketing companies, suppliers, and contractors.
What’s more, most of the United States economy flows on entertainment, such as movies and sports. The con to be derived from this is that the United States economy will plummet into the gutters with the removal of luxuries. A large portion of the jobs that make significant amounts of money run through entertainment, meaning that this shunning of luxuries will lead to a lessening of money that could potentially be sent over to places of need. But these cons can be overcome, just with a different degree of luxury
Even though the optimal American Dream doesn’t promise that all citizens will achieve personal success, it offers equality and fortunes for them to pursue dreams through hard work. However, during the Industrial Age, American Dream didn’t apply to lower-class proletariat. Most immigrants from southern and eastern Europe arrived in the United States to escape religious persecution and poverty in their home countries and also seek new opportunities because of advertisements of the American Dream. But, they did realize that fantasy differed from reality after their arrival. As unskilled foreigners who suffered poverty and lacked experience and English skills, immigrants lived in nasty tenements located in city ghettos, earned little wages that
First, is the possibility of termination that would lead to immediate loss of income but may also lead to loss of licensure. Some states are “right-to-work state” which means even if my hospital goes union I do not have to join. Unions are limited legally by what they can accomplish for the worker, although a lot of people believe otherwise. This has remained debatable over the years. Unions have decreased over the years because the benefits for workers that unions push for are mostly covered by law now.
Introduction The film industry falls into the category of industries that moves millions of people and dollars every year will be subject to the scrutiny from critics and public opinions. Practices, which are common in the film industry, such as casting actors to play characters with a different ethnicity or the number of female directors have been subject to critics recently. Concerns are voices by people who are concerned over the impact it could have in children and in society. Product Placement is a recurrent practice in films which causes concerns over its subliminal effects while also allowing more films to be produced given the advantages it has for producers. Despite the concerns, rating associations, the closest thing to an authority