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Working In The Music Industry Podcast Relaunching
Career & Professional Development Specialist, Gian Fiero, ready to relaunch his "Working in the Music Industry" podcast.
Working in the Music Industry is a podcast for those who work, or desire to work, in the music industry. All guests who appear on the show must meet one criterion: They must work in the music industry full time.
While most podcasts air daily or weekly, the goal of the Working in the Music Industry podcast is to air bi-weekly, or when qualified quests or available, whichever comes first.
"I created this podcast for others, not myself," says Gian Fiero, an educator at heart who took to the art of interviewing others as an educational tool with the creation of his event A Conversation with Gian Fiero and The Crash Course Video series, "This platform is a gift to my colleagues who share my mission to educate others, and upcoming music artists that want to engage their audiences in a moderated dialogue."
Every episode of Working in the Music Industry features job leads, upcoming industry events, and "Gian's Jams," featured songs that Gian plays that he believes will be hits, or should have been hits.
Working In the Music Industry airs 7 - 9 p.m. PST and can be listened to online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/
About Gian Fiero
Gian has worked in the music industry in numerous capacities, most notably as a personal manager; effectively providing career guidance and direction to multiple music artists and producers. He has also worked as an Adjunct Professor of Career & Professional Development at San Francisco State University's Music/Recording Industry Program where he designed and conducted a renowned career planning course for a decade that catalyzed the work successes of countless students. Gian currently provides psychology based coaching for professionals, music artists, and entrepreneurs, and organizational development consulting to organizations. He is also the founder of Fiero Flair, a Bay Area based empowerment company that produces the annual Girl Power! Women Working in the Music Industry Conference.