Transformace československého hudebního průmyslu na počátku 90. let 20. století

Stránky 56–67
DOI 10.37520/amnph.2020.015
Klíčová slova music industry, transformation, publishing houses, Monitor, Multisonic, Bonton
Typ článku Recenzovaný článek
Citace ŠTĚPÁNEK, Ondřej. Transformace československého hudebního průmyslu na počátku 90. let 20. století. Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia. Praha: Národní muzeum, 2020, 74(3-4), 56–67. DOI: ISSN 2570-6845 (print), 2570-6853 (online). Dostupné také z:
Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia | 2020/74/3-4

The so-called Velvet Revolution in 1989 brought, among other social transformations, turbulent changes in the music industry. This study examines the changes in music publishing during the transition from the late state socialism of the second half of the 1980s to the post-socialism of the early 1990s. The main focus is on the release of music bands that were somehow suppressed or otherwise restricted during the normalisation period. The text concentrates particularly on the emergence of new major music labels in the early 1990s, which quickly brought a new dynamic to the liberalised market. It also examines the business strategies of these companies and the music industry activities of their founders, and any resulting factors after the Velvet Revolution.

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