Lindsay Guion, who has over twenty years of experience in the music industry, is talking out about what people can expect in the 2020-21 awards season. As the industry slowly starts recovering from COVID-19 lockdown restrictions, the future of the awards race ahead remains uncertain.
According to Statista, the global film industry lost a total revenue of seven billion U.S. dollars from the middle of March 2020 to June 2020. In addition, at the beginning of the pandemic, a six-month shutdown was estimated to cost the music industry more than ten billion in sponsorships alone, with longer delays being even more devastating. As a major proponent for an adaptive digital strategy, Lindsay Guion is confident that award shows will change their strategy accordingly.
Founder and CEO of GUION PARTNERS, Lindsay Guion, was recently featured on NewsGram to discuss the state of the entertainment landscape. While the pandemic continues to impact a wide range of sectors, lockdown measures have inevitably impacted musicians and emerging artists.
“Despite the continued devotion towards music, the industry is still suffering,” states Guion. Recent stats show that performance revenue has taken the most significant hit, costing the industry more than $10 billion in sponsorships. Additionally, physical sales, which represent one-quarter of music revenue, is down by one third.
It has become a necessity for individuals, businesses, and creators to build a digital strategy to manage the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Without live events and venues, thousands of artists are struggling to support themselves in this uncertain, stressful time. As the Founder, CEO, and Chairman of GUION Partners, Lindsay Guion is currently helping clients adapt their strategies to remain sustainable during this transition.
Lindsay Guion is the Founding Chairman and CEO of Guion Partners, Lindsay is a thought leader, influencer, visionary, and successful entrepreneur. Lindsay provides the leadership and energy that has inspired the creation of Guion Partners.
Lindsay Guion joins other leading Bestselling Authors, International Speakers & Entrepreneur, CEOs and Founders taking part in our Leader Roundtable Interview Series. The DotCom Magazine editorial team is delighted to have Lindsay join us for our Leader Roundtable Interview.
With Grammy nominations set for the end of the month, executive producer LINDSAY GUIÓN is hoping for a nomination for his visual soundtrack Therapy. Having been named the Best Romance Film at the 2019 Top Shorts Film Festival, the piece has received praise for its musical underscores and innovative approach to storytelling.
Influencer marketing is on the rise, and it is easy to see why. Influencers are open, transparent, and share every aspect of their lives with their followers, ultimately building a relationship around trust. Roughly 70% of teens trust influencers more than traditional celebrities, making it an extremely viable marketing opportunity.
Prominent New York City producer Lindsay Guion is pleased to announce his partnership with Global Influencer Agency. As a private agency, GIA is highly selective, representing top industry professionals who are committed to enhancing their reach and creating new career opportunities.
Prior to the pandemic, tuition costs in America were rising at unprecedented rates. However, as a result of lost revenue, fees being charged by colleges and universities are likely to increase. According to a study by BrokeScholar, tuition fees have more than tripled at both private and public schools from 1971–72 to 2019–20.
Every year, the cost of tuition in America rises. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, lost institutional revenue is likely to be passed on to students. Scholarships are an excellent opportunity for students to reduce the amount of debt they accrue during their post-secondary education.
In light of recent events, Lindsay would also like to extend the scholarship deadline to Sept 30th. Named after the legendary blues singer and Empress of Blues, Bessie Smith, the initiative was put in place to help provide financial aid to students currently struggling to make tuition payments.
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.
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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.
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.
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