Making Big Bucks With Film and TV Music

Michael Laskow interviews Steve Corn, co-founder, Big Fish Media. Find out Corn's answer to this question: "For more than a decade I've been telling people that if they are hard working and study what music libraries really do, they could realistically earn $100,000 to $150,000 a year if they really hunker down and work at it for at least five years. Is that a fair statement?"Read the full story

Passenger Profile: Christine Spero

A musician at the age of four, Christine Spero talks about what inspires her as songwriter, as well as her first professional success story. Learn why Christine has this to say about TAXI: "Without TAXI I wouldn't have been able to connect with the industry with such consistency and I feel that it's only a matter of time before something big comes along."Read the full story



TAXI Member Elliott Park Scores #1 Hit with 'I Loved Her First.'

Elliott Park might live in Baird, Texas (population, 1600), but that didn't stop him from working on his song craft and reaching the coveted # 1 spot on both the Billboard and Radio and Records Country Singles charts in mid-October.Read the full story

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Randy Rucker's tune is placed on A&E Biography_._._.



Don Julin had several songs featured on TV shows_._._.



Leanette Lopez signs a two-song deal_._._.





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Wheels and Deals

Weasels pack showcases like it's 1999_._._.

Beginnings & Ends

Janet and Jermaine, Tower and the Big Four, and more_._._.

CBS Settles Lawsuit

Broadcast chain agrees to pay $2 million_._._.

Bulletin Board

And the beat goes on, and on, and on_._._.



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