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Artists hosting Today at Apple sessions call for improved compensation and promotion

[2019-03-14 17:31:42]

A new report today from KQED calls out artist dissatisfaction with compensation and promotion received for hosting Today at Apple sessions. The report highlights the challenges of proving the value of creative work in a culture built around “working for exposure.” The post Artists hosting Today at Apple sessions call for improved compensation and promotion appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Artists hosting Today at Apple sessions call for improved compensation and promotion


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