Wednesday’s Music 2.0 Briefing: Lennon Video, Trans World Tanks, Vee-Jay Goes Digital & Much More
>>> Philadelphia gets a major new summer music festival produced by C3. (Billboard)
>>> EMI to sell John Lennon video album download via Starbuck for $25. (press release) $25 for mostly old videos? They wonder why P2P is so popular?
>>> Google planning online file storage/sharing solution that could lead copyright questions. (WSJ)
>>> Trans Worlds revenues were down 12% to give them another loosing quarter. (press release)
>>> The Orchard takes legendary label Vee-Jay digital. (press release)
>>> Verizon says they’ll open their wireless network to any application and any device in 2008. (ars) Imagine the possibilities of open mobile airwaves. Others will be forced to follow.
>>> "The recording industry should thank Apple" (cNet) Doug Morris would disagree.
>>> Dave Cool offers a D.I.Y. CD marketing budget. (CC)