Montgomery and Moe showed that it would be efficient for labels to pay for airplay (Montgomery & Moe, 2002). This is not surprising given the impact airplay can have on sales, at least in the old music industry (Dertouzos, 2008). However, direct undisclosed payments to influence radio programming (called Payola, a combination of pay and Victrola) are prohibited by law. Hence, labels developed strategies to circumvent the law by using independent promoters or naming payments “consultant fees”.Read more
The First Dance reflects the game of attraction and rejection of two different human beings. Do contradictions attract each other or do they reject each other? The first dance provides essential information to this game. The music composed by German musician Philipp Peltz reflects this theme by creating two Piano melodies that cleverly find a way to get along with each other.
Won the second place in the APRA Tropscore film music competition of the Tropfest film festival.
Music: Philipp Peltz
At first glance, the reader may wonder what Theodore W. Adorno and Chris Anderson have in common and what that has to do with researching the music industry. On the one hand, a sophisticated German philosopher; a critical theorist of the 20th century; a member of the renowned Frankfurt School and a follower of Karl Marx’s thoughts on capitalism and society. On the other, Chris Anderson, a child of the digital economy, a blog writer, a journalist, a business entrepreneur and, according to The Time 100 , one of the most influential thinkers of the new millennium.
Dynamik, Arbeitsplätze, Akteure
Die “Creative Industries” (CI) gelten als bedeutender Wachstumsbereich großstädtischer Wirtschaftsentwicklung. Im vorliegenden Band geht Andreas Resch der Frage nach, wie sich die Beschäftigung in den Wiener CI tatsächlich im letzten Jahrhundert entwickelt hat. Peter Mayerhofer und Peter Huber analysieren, inwiefern die CI in Wien seit den 1990er Jahren als “Beschäftigungsmotor” fungieren und welche Jobs sie bieten. Abschließend zeigt Philipp Peltz am Beispiel der österreichischen Musikwirtschaft Ansätze zu neuen Formen von “Artist-Entrepreneurship” auf, die sich im Zusammenhang mit aktuellen technologischen und wirtschaftlichen Umbrüchen herausbilden.
Mayerhofer, P., Peltz, P., & Resch, A. (2008). ” Creative industries” in Wien: Dynamik, Arbeitsplätze, Akteure (Vol. 1). LIT Verlag Münster.
Abstract: Digital distribution has surpassed physical distribution in key markets and will soon be the dominant music distribution model in Australia. Four different business models (free, ad-funded, pay-per-use and subscription-based) and two different music delivery methods (downloading and streaming) currently compete in the market place. The author analyses each distribution model available in Australia and evaluates advantages and disadvantages from the content provider’s perspective. The most striking development is the blurring line between promotion and distribution. Content providers can either lower the barriers to access music in order to facilitate rapid music circulation and create a strong promotional effect to support various revenue streams; or heighten the barriers to access music in order to install an artificial scarcity through excludability, which is essential to implement a business model based on selling musical recordings. In this regard, the variety of different digital distribution models provides a flexible toolbox for content providers to coordinate their overall marketing strategy.
Citation (APA): Peltz, P. (2013). Digital Distribution Models Reviewed: The Content Provider’s Perspective. In Music Business and the Experience Economy (pp. 99-117). Springer Berlin Heidelberg.
Client: Hahn Beer Australia | Agency Photoplay Film | Music: Philipp Peltz.
Won the bronze AWARD award for best viral film 2012.
In collaboration with Elmar Trefz, Ardrian Hardjono, and the urbanfuture organisation team we designed an interactive light sculpture for Bondi Icebergs dining rooms as part of Australia’s largest outdoor art event, Sculptures By The Sea. The proposal frames an artificial digital landscape within the confines of Bondi icebergs little pool represented through contoured lines. As the user walks, moves or dances on the balcony facing the pool a camera detects your actions and starts distorting the lines leaving patterns and traces of your presence.