Founder and CEO of GUION PARTNERS INC., Lindsay Guion, is proud to announce his Academic Scholarship Campaign in honor of American blues singer, Bessie Smith.
While the mandate for social distancing has put a significant strain on the entertainment industry, Lindsay Guion is using this time to fuel his creative energy.
The novel coronavirus, which has almost 3 million confirmed cases worldwide, has forced mass business closures, lay-offs, and event cancelations, casting a sea of doubt on the resilience of certain sectors…
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As Founder and CEO of GUION PARTNERS INC., a multi-tiered media consultancy firm, Lindsay Guion runs a business that inhabits the unique space between media, music, and technology..
As school districts, workplaces, and gathering sites across the nation close to prevent the spread of COVID-19, social media groups and comment sections are becoming ground zero for dialogue, whether that be the constructive kind or not.
There is no denying the importance of weaning ourselves off fossil fuels and reducing our carbon footprint. Global temperatures are rising at a breakneck pace that threatens to completely destroy…
There is normal competition and then there is the kind of furious competition that artists in the music industry face; and not just emerging talent, but established performers as well, who must constantly reinvent themselves both for existing and new fan bases.
Sports entertainment has experienced many exciting changes over the past decade. The advent of streaming services means that sports fans can watch their games wherever they are, using a smartphone, tablet, or computer.
The idea of watching sporting events is still very much a prominent pastime for America. Whether it’s football, baseball, hockey, soccer, golf, or one of many other particular sports, fans are passionate and remain adamantly loyal in their viewing of games.
To apply, students must still be currently enrolled in a post secondary institution in the United States or Canada. Applicants are also required to complete an online registration form and submit a 500-word essay on the subject voice as an expressive musical instrument.