Entry #7 The Case of the Entitled Musician



A professional musician who uses Pandora to get her music out there is demanding a way to be able to acquire data on her audience. Rather than offering to pay for these additional services, she wants it to be a mandatory part of the royalties she already receives from Pandora. I think this has interesting and potentially troublesome implications for existing data collection analysts - their brand awareness is so low for the general population that their services are being requested from their clients.

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