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New Study Outlines Bias In Music Industry

We already know gender bias has long operated as status quo across an array of industries — from politics to finance to entertainment.

New Study Outlines Bias In Music Industry

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We already know gender bias has long operated as status quo across an array of industries — from politics to finance to entertainment. Now, a new report lays out how inequity plays out for women working in all facets of the music business.


The first-of-its-kind U.S. study is shedding light on issues faced not just by performers, but also songwriters, producers, educators, publicists, journalists, artist managers, venue operators and administrators. Facilitated by Berklee College of Music and the organization Women In Music, the study "Women in the U.S. Music Industry: Obstacles and Opportunities" released on Tuesday adds to research conducted by Women In Music Canada in 2015.

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– Continue reading Andrea Shea’s report on The ARTery website.  

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