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Study Reports Internet Linguistic Diversity is Far Less Than Actual Global Linguistic Diversity

An associate professor of informatics at Indiana University named John C. Paolillo authored a study called Linguistic Diversity in the Digital World. He says Internet linguistic diversity is far less than actual global linguistic diversity, and even less than that... Read more →


Cultural Ambassadors and Trade Envoys: NY Times Report on Gov't. Funding of Int'l. Rock Bands

The New York Times ran an article on "an unusual class of cultural ambassadors and trade envoys, hand-picked by their government to represent their nation to the rest of the world." The article--titled "The New Ambassadors"--talks about alternative rock bands... Read more →


The Long Tail of Global Music: Why International Music Will Thrive More Than Ever in America, Part II

Here DubMC founder/editor and global music publicist Dmitri Vietze continues to explore how the emerging Long Tail economy will affect the field of global music in America. Using Wired's editor Chris Anderson's recent book The Long Tail: Why the Future... Read more →


The Long Tail of Global Music: Why International Music Will Thrive More Than Ever in America, Part I

Passing references to “the long tail” on DubMC have garnered more reaction to date than anything else in the trade journal. Here DubMC founder/editor and global music publicist Dmitri Vietze applies to America’s global music market the research and theories... Read more →


Festival Administrator Position Opening at Lincoln Center Festival (NYC)

Lincoln Center Festival (NYC) is currently searching for a Festival Administrator. This position works jointly for the Festival's General manager and Festival Director. The job consists of a wide variety of administrative and project-related duties and includes serving as an... Read more →