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Digital audio-sharing platform Byta is calling on interested learners to register for a webinar titled Building Your Streaming Audience featuring CD Baby’s senior vice-president of marketing, Kevin Breuner. The session will take place via Zoom at 9pm (CAT) on 27 September.
Interested participants can register for the event here. The webinar will see Breuner and Byta founder Marc Brown discussing different strategies for planning music releases, marketing, monetising music, the evolution of release timelines, artistry and more.
The webinar forms part of a monthly online event that will be presented in two parts, including a workshop with tips and insights for tomorrow’s artists and music industry players as well as an in-depth interview with Breuner, which will see him talk about the best steps to take when getting ready to release your music through digital platforms.
Additionally, Byta and CD Baby will partner on a one-day workshop titled The Digital Launch Academy on 3 November. The full-day course will entail four 45-minute sessions focused on releasing and launching music in the digital age.
Interested candidates can register for free here before 7 October. Successful candidates will be announced on 14 October.
From pre-release planning to release timelines and monetising music, the sessions will help to equip tomorrow’s artists and industry leaders with the tools required to instil life, organisation and impact into their campaigns. The event is free to attend but enrolment is limited to 50 participants.
“Releasing music is easier than ever before. The hard part? Planning, organising, achieving,” Byta said. 
Key takeaways include:
CD Baby is an online distributor of independent music. Founded in 1998 the company was described as an “anti-label”. In 2020 the CD Baby music store was shut down in order to focus entirely on the tools and services that are most meaningful to musicians today and tomorrow.
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