Fan funding with a difference

News: 14th December 2010 by Louise Dodgson under Artist Managers

My Major Company is where a traditional record label and a fan funding platform meet in the middle. Money is raised for artists and bands through investment through fans and those 'fantasy music managers' out there.

However, the slight variation from other fan funding models such as Pledge Music, Sellaband and Slicethepie is that not just any act can sign up to the site and start gathering in the money for their projects. The artists promoted via the platform are selected by an A&R team, making My Major Company a canny cross between the old school and new school music industry models. Find out more info below...

Related Links

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/news/former-warner-boss-backs-new-music-firm-2158819.html

http://news.thecmuwebsite.com/post/New-fan-funding-enterprise-steps-up-UK-operation.aspx


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my major company, fan funding, pledge music, sellaband, slicethepie, record label, unsigned bands, unsigned artists

 

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