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2227-5789
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20 Apr 2021
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Volume 10 (2021): Edition 2 (October 2021)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2227-5789
Première publication
20 Apr 2021
Période de publication
2 fois par an
Langues
Anglais

Chercher

5 Articles

Editorial

access type Accès libre

Editorial

Publié en ligne: 29 Oct 2021
Pages: 51 - 51

Résumé

Research Paper

access type Accès libre

How Has Digitalisation Influenced Value in the Music Market?

Publié en ligne: 30 Sep 2021
Pages: 53 - 63

Résumé

Abstract

This paper focuses on how digitalisation has influenced actors’ value determination and value creation in the Swedish music market. It draws on the service-dominant logic (SDL) and the service ecosystem perspective to conceptualise value as co-created through the integration of resources by multiple actors in service exchange, enabled and constrained by institutions and institutional arrangements. Empirically, we draw on a qualitative study of the digitalisation of the Swedish music market that consists of fifty-two interviews with various actors. The findings suggest that digitalisation has influenced service engagement and consequently value creation and determination for various actors, and especially for consumers and producers. This paper contributes by integrating SDL and the service ecosystem perspective into music business research in a novel way to promote a deeper understanding of value, value determination, and value co-creation. This paper also contributes to SDL by suggesting that both value-in-exchange and value-in-use are important aspects of value determination and value co-creation.

Mots clés

  • digitalisation
  • music market
  • service-dominant logic
  • service ecosystem
  • value co-creation
  • value determination

Research Article

access type Accès libre

The Power of Reputation: A Case Study on Artistic Directors of Austria's Music Festivals

Publié en ligne: 09 Aug 2021
Pages: 65 - 77

Résumé

Abstract

Reputation represents the standing of a person or organisation in the public field and illustrates/marks their contribution towards the implementation of collectively shared values and goals. From a business point of view, reputation belongs to the intangible assets of a company and is therefore part of the goodwill. Especially, the leader of an organisation—particularly in a cultural enterprise—shapes the external public image of the organisation, studies the impact of the image on the public consciousness by assessing public opinion about the organisation's achievements and consequently also gauges the economic and/or artistic success of the organisation.

Based on the statements of experts about music festivals of high culture in Austria alongside the big players such as Salzburg or Bregenz Festival, the aim of this paper is to investigate the relationship between reputation of artistic directors (ADs) and the performance of cultural enterprises. It will also be demonstrated how the reputation of these individuals has an impact on tourism, hospitality and trade in the vicinity of cultural enterprises.

Mots clés

  • artistic director
  • cultural operations
  • reputation
  • performance
  • artistic quality
access type Accès libre

Digital Technologies and Music Digitisation: Challenges and Opportunities for the Nepalese Music Industry

Publié en ligne: 09 Aug 2021
Pages: 79 - 90

Résumé

Abstract

This paper investigates the current legitimate digital music business trends and models created by the innovation of new digital technologies and examines their pertinence in the Nepalese music industry. Further, it scrutinises neighbouring music markets and juxtaposes the Nepalese music market against their current market trends. Based on eight in-depth semi-structured interviews with executives and stakeholders of different major, medium and independent Nepalese record labels, the paper examines two questions: what is preventing Nepalese recorded music from being found digitally and accessible legally; and what are the opportunities, gaps and requirements that confront the search for a commercially viable route for the optimal digital music business model to make Nepalese music digitally and legally accessible, both locally and globally?

Mots clés

  • Music digitisation
  • music business
  • digital technology
  • Nepalese music industry
  • digital distribution models

Book Review

access type Accès libre

Everyone Loves Live Music: A Theory of Performance Institutions

Publié en ligne: 29 Oct 2021
Pages: 91 - 91

Résumé

5 Articles

Editorial

access type Accès libre

Editorial

Publié en ligne: 29 Oct 2021
Pages: 51 - 51

Résumé

Research Paper

access type Accès libre

How Has Digitalisation Influenced Value in the Music Market?

Publié en ligne: 30 Sep 2021
Pages: 53 - 63

Résumé

Abstract

This paper focuses on how digitalisation has influenced actors’ value determination and value creation in the Swedish music market. It draws on the service-dominant logic (SDL) and the service ecosystem perspective to conceptualise value as co-created through the integration of resources by multiple actors in service exchange, enabled and constrained by institutions and institutional arrangements. Empirically, we draw on a qualitative study of the digitalisation of the Swedish music market that consists of fifty-two interviews with various actors. The findings suggest that digitalisation has influenced service engagement and consequently value creation and determination for various actors, and especially for consumers and producers. This paper contributes by integrating SDL and the service ecosystem perspective into music business research in a novel way to promote a deeper understanding of value, value determination, and value co-creation. This paper also contributes to SDL by suggesting that both value-in-exchange and value-in-use are important aspects of value determination and value co-creation.

Mots clés

  • digitalisation
  • music market
  • service-dominant logic
  • service ecosystem
  • value co-creation
  • value determination

Research Article

access type Accès libre

The Power of Reputation: A Case Study on Artistic Directors of Austria's Music Festivals

Publié en ligne: 09 Aug 2021
Pages: 65 - 77

Résumé

Abstract

Reputation represents the standing of a person or organisation in the public field and illustrates/marks their contribution towards the implementation of collectively shared values and goals. From a business point of view, reputation belongs to the intangible assets of a company and is therefore part of the goodwill. Especially, the leader of an organisation—particularly in a cultural enterprise—shapes the external public image of the organisation, studies the impact of the image on the public consciousness by assessing public opinion about the organisation's achievements and consequently also gauges the economic and/or artistic success of the organisation.

Based on the statements of experts about music festivals of high culture in Austria alongside the big players such as Salzburg or Bregenz Festival, the aim of this paper is to investigate the relationship between reputation of artistic directors (ADs) and the performance of cultural enterprises. It will also be demonstrated how the reputation of these individuals has an impact on tourism, hospitality and trade in the vicinity of cultural enterprises.

Mots clés

  • artistic director
  • cultural operations
  • reputation
  • performance
  • artistic quality
access type Accès libre

Digital Technologies and Music Digitisation: Challenges and Opportunities for the Nepalese Music Industry

Publié en ligne: 09 Aug 2021
Pages: 79 - 90

Résumé

Abstract

This paper investigates the current legitimate digital music business trends and models created by the innovation of new digital technologies and examines their pertinence in the Nepalese music industry. Further, it scrutinises neighbouring music markets and juxtaposes the Nepalese music market against their current market trends. Based on eight in-depth semi-structured interviews with executives and stakeholders of different major, medium and independent Nepalese record labels, the paper examines two questions: what is preventing Nepalese recorded music from being found digitally and accessible legally; and what are the opportunities, gaps and requirements that confront the search for a commercially viable route for the optimal digital music business model to make Nepalese music digitally and legally accessible, both locally and globally?

Mots clés

  • Music digitisation
  • music business
  • digital technology
  • Nepalese music industry
  • digital distribution models

Book Review

access type Accès libre

Everyone Loves Live Music: A Theory of Performance Institutions

Publié en ligne: 29 Oct 2021
Pages: 91 - 91

Résumé

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