BV Mobile Apps Podcast host Sean Garvey talks to Kingpin to help educate rising talent in various ways to promote themselves in the entertainment industry. The founder of "The Promo Vatican" discusses the importance of marketing a brand beyond using billboard signs and the services his company uses to help take artists to the next level. Kingpin also explains why algorithms are paramount when promoting yourself on social media and other platforms.
Radio host and radio network owner Kysii Ingram offers advice on how to reach and maintain a level of success as a radio host. Ingram breaks down the difference between a radio host and a radio personality. During the show, Garvey and Ingram discuss the fundamentals of using radio etiquette as a host, the ability to use podcasts as an alternative from terrestrial radio, and how radio hosts can monetize their brand. Ingram also shares his incredible working relationship with his mentor radio veteran, Doug Stewart.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps Podcast, MC, host, artist, performer, and lecturer D.R.E.S. Tha Beatnik provides tips on how aspiring talent can be a great host and performer at local and national venues. Beatnik goes into detail by discussing ways to promote an event or project as a host, the changes artists have to adapt within the entertainment industry and the importance of being original without copying someone else's show or brand.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps Podcast, Fleet DJ member DJ Gojabean shares helpful tips on how Latino DJs can succeed in the entertainment business. Gojabean discusses ways for Latino DJs to overcome adversities while growing a fan base, the importance of joining Latino Fleet (another division of Fleet DJs), how Latino and non-Latino artists can get their music played by Latino DJs or DJs in general.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps Podcast, award winning DJ Timeko provides listeners with important advice for women who want to be DJs. Timeko discusses how women should conduct business as a DJ when negotiating deals with their clients. She also talks about how female DJs should overcome adversity in the male dominated industry, the DO's and DO NOT's when performing as a female DJ in a club or crowded venue.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps podcast, sports journalist, radio host, and media personality Maya Akai advises up and coming talent on how to be a successful radio personality. Akai explains the requirements of getting a job in radio broadcasting, the importance of developing a strong work ethic, and the true meaning of what a radio personality is all about.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps podcast, Frank of FMJ Productions explains the importance of bouncing back from the coronavirus pandemic to stay relevant as a mobile DJ. Frank also breaks down ways to live stream your djing experience, maintaining a safe environment, and offer the best service to clients while practicing social distancing.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps podcast, Sean Garvey talked to music producer and songwriter Ced Wynez, also known as Beats By Ced. Wynez discussed various ways producers can make money in an ever-changing industry. The Miami based talent also educates listeners the audio software systems producers must have to create and the difference between a beatmaker and a producer. During the podcast, Wynez explains on how producers can legally protect their material before generating revenue.
In this episode of the BV Mobile Apps podcast, Dr. Drax discussed his role as C.E.O. of the American Disc Jockey Association, better known as ADJA. Drax offered tips on how DJs can become better at their craft in today's industry, the importance of managing a budget, the benefits of joining ADJA, and how Djs can be a part of the organization.
In part two of this episode of the BV Mobile Apps podcast, Aaron Thornton of Red Carpet Images talked more about turning photography into a career. Thornton provided insight on how to monetize photography work, the legal protocol and consequences when using copyrighted work, and how he protects his IP. Sean Garvey and Thornton also discussed the right camera equipment to use as a photographer.