>>> Labels may want to turn music videos into a revenue stream, but once again the internet has other plans as a new wave of video bloggers begin posting free mp4's including some in advance of release. (Reuters) Sorry Beyonce. No more new bling this month.
>>> In an extensive interview with Forbes.com eMusic CEO David Pakman paints a very upbeat picture of eMusic's continued growth and the its status as the dominate indie music digital clubhouse. He also claims that eMusic is currently not for sale.
>>> Meanwhile our buds at the Live Music Blog are lamenting the slim pickins @ eMusic Live.
>>> Hypebot's own indepth series on eMusic begins later this week.
>>> Napster is partnering with NTT DoCoMo to offer over the air downloads in Japan.
>>> Rockers The Cartel will be recording their next CD sealed inside a transparent bubble on NYC's Pier 54. MTV will capture the activity with DR Pepper sponsoring. Live webcams provide the 24/7 view via www.drpepperbubble.com. (Hollywood Reporter)
>>> Over the weekend AnywhereCD bit back at WMG asking a court to allow them to continue to sell CD/mp3 combos from the major's catalog.