Monday’s Music Briefing: Zune, Dylan, G’nR, Shazam, Six Degrees & Much More
- Big Changes For Zune?
- U.S. House Throws Net Radio A Lifeline
- Load2Mobile Turns Any Cell Into An MP3 Player
- Blue Light Special: Walmart Ends WMA Support 10/9
- POLL: Should Indies Sign With MySpace Music?
NPR gets the new Bob Dylan release a week early for online streaming. (AP)
- The long awaited new Guns ‘n Roses appears set for a Best Buy only release around November 25th. (Reuters) Will the exclusive extends to digital and the Best Buy owned Napster?
- A look at indie musician Jonathan Coulton who has created a niche of techies and geeks via YouTube and the internet. (ars)
- iPhone Music ID software Shazam has been download 1.5 million times in the last six weeks. (press release) It makes you wonder if people are longing for radio to back-announce songs. I know that I do…
- Giving music away may not always be the best strategy. Giving it away with the right partner to the right audience is. Eclectic indie label Six Degrees has partnered with Batanga.com to offer 10 free Latin tracks in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. (sampler) LINK CORRECTED. MY APOLOGIES.
- The Amazon MP3 store turns one year old. (Chicago Tribune)
- Music managers Union Entertainment Group home to Nickelback, Hinder, Candlebox and RED, announcedthe addition of three industry vets: Dave Loncao, Brad Roosa and Kevin "Chief" Zaruk. (FMQB)