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Net Results: Online RadioSubscriber Access Only
How the Internet and the digital revolution are changing the way we listen, purchase, and even learn about new music. Part 2 of a 3-part series.
Net Results: Death of the CD?Subscriber Access Only
Steven Curtis Chapman and other industry insiders weigh in on the future of the compact disc in a digital music culture. Part 3 of a 3-part series.
What's Up with Radio?Subscriber Access Only
In this, the third of a four-part series on the state of Christian radio, we learn how "Becky" and others influence the decisions about what songs are played on the air.
What's in a Label?: Brash MusicSubscriber Access Only
The home of Aaron Shust and Chris Sligh lives up to its name with a bold way of doing business—and a few brash words for the "greed and backstabbing" in Christian music.
Music in RecessionSubscriber Access Only
Can the Christian music industry survive the economic storm?
What's in a Label?: sixstepsrecordsSubscriber Access Only
Learn how a tiny homespun record label focused solely on worship became one of the most successful in the music business today, fueled by music from the likes of Chris Tomlin and David Crowder.
The Power of IsraelSubscriber Access Only
Spinning off the title of his latest CD, Israel Houghton says that yes, one person can change the world—and he's living proof.
After the StormSubscriber Access Only
A fan at a recent Atlanta concert is profoundly affected by Steven Curtis Chapman's moving testimony, sharing his grief over his daughter's tragic death.
What's Up with Radio?Subscriber Access Only
In this, the first of a four-part series on the state of Christian radio, we take a brief look at its history and its recent growth. So, is it working, or does it need fixing?
What's Up with Radio?Subscriber Access Only
In this, the second of a four-part series on the state of Christian radio, we meet "Becky," the target demographic—and how she affects a myriad of decisions in the business.
Net Results: Portable SoundsSubscriber Access Only
How the Internet and the digital revolution are changing the way we listen, purchase, and even learn about new music. Part 1 of a 3-part series.
What's in a Label?: 7Spin MusicSubscriber Access Only
Founder Peter Khosla explains how his company in small town Indiana is approaching the music business differently, while also keeping God at the center of what they do.
Rescue Mission for GMASubscriber Access Only
The future of the Gospel Music Association is at stake due to financial hardship, but a benefit concert last night was an effort to save the organization.
What's Up with Radio?Subscriber Access Only
In this, the fourth of a four-part series on the state of Christian radio, we take a glimpse into radio's future—and how alternative technologies might affect the business.
What's in a Label?: Centricity MusicSubscriber Access Only
Home to some of the Christian music industry's brightest and best, Centricity Music is a small label on the rise thanks to good old-fashioned techniques like artist development and fan interaction.
What's in a Label?: Gotee RecordsSubscriber Access Only
Corporate independence? Digital-only releases? The record label started by tobyMac, Joey Elwood, and Todd Collins continues with the unconventional decisions that first started Gotee 15 years ago.
Christian Radio: It's a Man's WorldSubscriber Access Only
Forty-eight of the top 50 Christian songs in the last decade were by males, a figure primarily determined by women who listen to Christian radio. Why don't they want to hear their female peers on the air?

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Engaged Americans are grappling with foiled wedding plans. But Christian couples face unique moral challenges.

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