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The Coronavirus And The Music Industry– What Now?

In March of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting lockdown changed the world as we knew it. By the end of the year, over 114 million people were out of a job. Quarantines, travel restrictions, and limitations on social gatherings…

How Virtual Concerts Have Made A Comeback During COVID

The impact of COVID has pushed artists like Justin Bieber, Bad Bunny, and K-Pop group, BTS, to utilize new creative formats to connect and engage with fans.    March 11th, 2021, officially marked one year since COVID-19 was declared a…

Housing Considerations When Moving to Los Angeles

By: Emily Bunn In Los Angeles, homelessness runs rampant along the streets that are advertised to grant fame and fortune to its residents. The rise of the homelessness epidemic is centered in LA, where homeless encampments have begun to swallow…

COVID-19 Dimmed Broadway Lights, But Theaters Like Greater Boston Stage Company Keep Art Alive

On a chaotic Thursday in March 2020, Tyler Rosati and staff at Greater Boston Stage Company closed down their opening night performance after discussions around coronavirus. The team planned only to pause things for a couple of weeks. The theatre…

Streaming Services Predicted to Dominate Traditional Cable Viewing Due To Pandemic

By: Emily Bunn Due to the stay-at-home orders put into place because of the coronavirus, the consumer shift from in-person viewing experiences and cable TV to the utilization of streaming platforms for digital viewing has been one of the biggest…

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