Dick Clark had taken over for a TV show that served as ´´filler´´ and showcased different musical acts. Young girls were invited to watch as the studio audience, but when they got bored they got up to dance, and a cameraman caught the moment. From that moment, American Bandstand was born. For teenagers, American Bandstand served as a replacement for hanging out at the local soda shop and listening to the jukebox with friends. Every episode showcased new music, fashion, and dance moves. In this 1974 interview, Wink Martindale sits down with Clark to discuss the early years of the program. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Wink Martindale. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/comm/000115de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
This book will broaden readers understanding of the links between the music and fashion industries. It highlights the challenges currently facing the fashion industry in terms of hyper-competition, definition of ever-faster trends, changing consumer demands etc. In fact, the fashion industry is heavily influenced by the digital revolution in the music industry, which has changed the face of individual music consumption and social reference, and therefore, also has impacts on fashion consumption and social reference. This understanding is crucial in order to realign any fashion companys strategies to the demands of modern fashion consumers. In terms of content, the book first discusses the social perspective of fashion and music. This includes an analysis of music as a key influencer of fashion trends, both theoretically and on the basis of a case study on grunge music. Then the role of music in the fashion business is addressed, and cover s in-store music and the role of music in fashion communication. Following up, the role of fashion in the music business is analyzed. This includes the trend of co-design of fashion collections, music artists role of differentiation by style, and the market for music fashion merchandise articles (both theoretically and drawing on a case study). In closing, potential lessons learned from the music industry are developed for the fashion industry. This includes an analysis of the digital revolution and the advent of the crowdfunding idea (both theoretically and in a case study). Professor Jochen Strähle is an international fashion management & marketing expert trained at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (G), Universidade de Coimbra (PT), and the University of London/Paris (UK/F). He holds a Master and a Ph.D. in Business Administration/ Intercultural Management. He is considered as one of the key influencers on fashion retailing and is famous for his key-notes. Strähle is a full-professor for International Fashion Management at Reutlingen University in Germany. Prior to his current position he was full-professor for Retail Management at the University of Cooperative Education in Germany. He has been visiting professor at the University of Southampton (UK) and the Haaga Helia University in Helsinki (FI), has been appointed guest-professor at the Xian Polytechnic University Xian (PRC) and has been guest-lecturer at the London College of Fashion, (UK) the ITC of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKG), Donghua University (PRC), and Bunka Gakuen University (JP). Prior to joining Reutlingen University, Jochen Strähle was CEO of the biggest fashion online retailer in Central Eastern Europe. He attended several management positions in the fashion industry in Germany, Austria, Slovakia, and has been working and living in more than eight different countries. Professor Strähle has authored courses on international marketing, fashion management, strategic co-operations, and international trade. He has published five books and several articles on international fashion management and online business and is a well-known speaker on conferences.
Fashion & MusicBuchvon Jochen SträhleEAN: 9789811056369Einband: GebundenBeilage: BookErscheinungsjahr: 2017Sprache: EnglischSeiten: 264Abbildungen: 4 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen, BibliographieMaße: 241 x 161 x 22 mmRedaktion: Jochen Str&#
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