Thursday, May 27, 2004

Educational Television

PBS is airing a special tonight at 9pm about the "faltering music industry." Here's a brief description:

FRONTLINE PRODUCT: PBS public-affairs program Frontline takes a look at the faltering music industry tonight in an hour-long documentary tracing the rise of the multi-billion-dollar record business and the multiple problems that have generated the “perfect storm” it now faces. Interviewees include Velvet Revolver manager David Codikow, David Crosby, Artemis chief Danny Goldberg, RCA’s David Gottlieb, attorney Michael Guido, KCRW’s Nic Harcourt, singer/songwriters Mark and Sarah Hudson, L.A. Times reporter Jeff Leeds, Velvet Revolver members Duff McKagen and Matt Sorum, Billboard’s Melinda Newman, Sarah Hudson manager/Deston Songs Co-President David Simoné, Rolling Stone’s Touré, OutKast manager Michael “Blue” Williams and HITS Lenny Beer.