Motown Records has long been heralded as a business phenomenon that created some of the world’s biggest hit records and artists, including Smoky Robinson, Diana Ross and Michael Jackson. Curb College Professor Cheryl Slay has been awarded a research grant from the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators to examine the business practices behind the phenomenon, to analyze the relevance of Motown’s business model for today’s evolving music industry and to examine related issues on diversity in the music business.
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