The music industry has been criticized in recent years for having too many manufactured stars, and not enough artists; too many middle men making money, and not enough musicians being paid. But some are trying to forge a new way for a viable music market, like Stephen Nawara. He is a Detroit entrepreneur who has created a new site that lets customers to pay want they want, even if that amount is nothing at all. Stephen is the founder of the new Beehive Recording Company; he explains what he thinks is wrong with the music industry, and how he's doing things differently. He joins us from affiliate station WDET in Detroit.
Below, a video about Beehive.
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