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More Music Industry News: Retail Stats, Imogen Heap, Facebook Q&A, The Orchard & More

  • image from sherunsbrooklyn.files.wordpress.com Amazon & Walmart Tie For #2 U.S. Music Retailer (Hypebot)
  • Imogen Heap says touring's too pricey as record industry sales slump. - Wasn't touring meant to be the panacea for falling album sales? Except that the British singer-songwriter and Novello award-winner isn't finding it like that. (Guardian)
  • Q & A with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerman on the new privacy settings and more. (Bits)
  • LimeWire Begs Music Industry for Second Chance (Wired)
  • Apple passes Microsoft as the world's most valuable tech firm. (NY Times)
  • Facebook just updated its guidebook for more effective Facebook. advertising.
  • High-tech vinyl records find new life. (Medill)
  • The Orchard reaches 1.2 billion mobile customers across Asia. (press release)
  • Denmark'a Supreme Court Rules Pirate Bay Must Stay Blocked - More than 2 years ago the IFPI and other copyright groups brought action against Danish ISP Telenor demanding that it should block its subscribers from accessing The Pirate Bay. Following a hearing which began a week ago, the Supreme Court in Denmark has just ruled that The Pirate Bay must continue to be blocked, upholding previous rulings by lower courts. (TorrentFreak)
  • Ellen Signs YouTube Sensation Greyson Chance to New Record Label (Mashable)

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