New Music Business Briefing: Radiohead Goes Digital, Webcasters Deal, MySpace Targets Ads & More

>>> Digital holdouts Radiohead has shunned iTunes because it forces acts to sell single songs and cut a deal with the UK’s 7Digital to sell full mp3 albums. (7Digital)

>>> Many small webcasters have accepted the latest deal from SoundExchange. (FMQB)

>>> Social widget maker Me.dium is launching a 5 day online music festival including some rising stars in indie rock.

>>> Jay-Z toasts Kayne West on his trouncing of 50 Cent. (EW)

>>> RoyaltyShare has added support for digital video royalty collection.
>>> AOL is launching the BlueString music, photo and video sharing and collaboration site.

>>> MySpace has a new targeted ad system. (Billboard)

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