Andrew Flanagan

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Andrew Flanagan is a New York-based freelance writer whose byline can be found at places like NPR, Rolling Stone, MTV, and The Quietus. He was the senior editor of The Daily Swarm and served as substitute music editor of City Pages during his many years in the Midwest. Animal lover.

Morning Fix: Strait, Swift and Shelton Big Winners at CMA Awards; Twitter's IPO and the Music Industry; Fans Like Brands Who Like Bands

Morning Fix: Strait, Swift and Shelton Big Winners at CMA Awards; Twitter's IPO and the Music Industry; Fans Like Brands Who Like Bands

George Strait, Taylor Swift and Blake Shelton were the biggest winners at last night's Country Music Association Awards – Twitter's IPO will probably not shake up the music industry (any more than the company already has) – A new study finds fans like brands that engage via streaming and concerts – Deezer got much bigger – and much more.
ASCAP Celebrates 100 Years with Rich Website

ASCAP Celebrates 100 Years with Rich Website

ASCAP is celebrating its 100th anniversary, and it's starting today. With a slick, highly produced new website as the centerpiece, the performing rights organization will be presenting users with information on each year of its existence, to be revealed on each day leading up to February 13, 2014.

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