MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION
Volume 3, Number 1 (2003)
Dick Weissman, Assistant Editor/Book Reviews Editor University of Colorado at Denver (Emeritus)
The MEIEA Journal is published annually by the Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEIEA) in order to increase public awareness of the music industry and to foster music business education.
The MEIEA Journal provides a scholarly analysis of technological, legal, historical, educational and business trends within the music industry and is designed as a resource for anyone currently involved or interested in the music industry. Topics include issues that affect music industry education and the music industry such as curriculum design, pedagogy, technological innovation, intellectual property matters, industry-related legislation, arts administration, industry analysis, and historical perspectives. The MEIEA Journal is distributed to members of MEIEA, universities, libraries, and individuals concerned with the music industry and music business education.
Ideas and opinions expressed in the MEIEA Journal do not necessarily reflect those of MEIEA. MEIEA disclaims responsibility for statements of fact or opinions expressed in individual contributions.
Permission for reprint or reproduction must be obtained in writing and the proper credit line given.
© Copyright 2003 Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association All rights reserved
Reviewers and Editorial Board
Bruce Ronkin Northeastern University
Rebecca Chappell Anderson University
Barry Hill Lebanon Valley College
Jeff Snyder Lebanon Valley College
Fred Taylor Georgia State University
Kim L. Wangler State University of New York College at Potsdam
Dick Weissman University of Colorado at Denver (Emeritus)
Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association
Purposes and Goals
The Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association is organized to bring together educators and the leaders of the music and entertainment industry in order to more successfully prepare students for careers in these fields. The Association also provides a marketplace for ideas, strategies, and original concepts in education to meet the professional challenges of the 21st century as well as:
President Rebecca Chappell Anderson University
Vice President Jeff Snyder Lebanon Valley College
Secretary Kristel Pfeil Kemmerer Albright College
Treasurer Phyllis Johnson Columbia College Chicago
Board of Directors
William Ashbourne, Recording Industry & Music Publishing
Morris Brown College
Wesley A. Bulla, Music Technology Belmont University
Peter Cho, Public Relations Delgado Community College
Kim Kraft, Multimedia & Entertainment
The Commercial Music Institute, Chicago
Marcia Lewis, Student Relations Valparaiso University
Claudia McCain, Membership Western Illinois University
Bruce Ronkin, Journal Publications Northeastern University
Rey Sanchez, Composition & Performance University of Miami
Richard Strasser, Curriculum University of Massachusetts Lowell
Kim L. Wangler, Music Merchandising State University of New York College at Potsdam Phil Saxe, European Liaison Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts
Theo Papadopoulos, Australasian Liaison Victoria University
Tim Hays (1999-2003), Elmhurst College Scott Fredrickson (1995-1999), Loyola University New Orleans David Hibbard (1993-1995), McLennan Community College Janet Nepkie (1989-1993), State University College of New York at
Oneonta Michael Fink (1988-1989), University of Texas at San Antonio (emeri
tus) Richard Broderick (1986-88), New York University (emeritus) James A. Progris (1984-1986), University of Miami David P. Leonard (1982-84), Trebas Institute Jay Collins (1979-82), University of North Alabama
Alan Remington, Orange Coast College
From The Editor
Notice to Contributors
The Journal of the Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to all aspects of the music and entertainment industry and music/entertainment industry education. All feature articles submitted for publication are reviewed by an editorial board consisting of respected scholars, teachers, and industry professionals. Submissions of articles in all areas related to the music and entertainment industry and music/entertainment industry education are welcome.
Articles may be submitted in hard copy or in electronic format. Electronic submissions are preferred and should be sent as email attachments, preferably in Microsoft Word format. Hard copy submissions should be typed on 8½ x 11-inch paper, double-spaced throughout with one-inch margins.
All submissions should use the normal style of citation, in conformance with the guidelines given in The Chicago Manual of Style. All notes should be consecutively numbered and should appear as endnotes at the conclusion of the manuscript text.
In order to facilitate blind review, the author’s name must not appear on the submitted manuscript. A cover letter that clearly identifies the manuscript must be included. The editor will normally give notice of the article’s status within three months of its receipt. The editor also regrets that manuscripts cannot be returned.
Authors are responsible for obtaining permission for reproduction from the publishers of all copyrighted material used (musical examples, etc.).
Submissions and correspondence should be addressed to: Bruce Ronkin Editor, MEIEA Journal email@example.com
Bruce Ronkin Editor, MEIEA Journal 100 Meserve Hall Northeastern University Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A.