Friday’s Music Brief: RIAA Cuts, WMG vs. MTV, Pirate Bay’s Nazi, Ustream At SXSW & More
RIAA Staff Cuts May Be Far Deeper Than Reported
- Songbeat Down But Not Out After WMG Lawsuit
- How iTunes Chooses Feature Artists
- Stringer Consolidates Hold Over Sony Corp.
- Choruss' Griffin: "…this business won't survive."
- Lessons From Digital Music Forum East – Understanding Fan Interaction
- Daily D.I.Y – On Being Wrong
MTV is supposedly boycotting Warner Music artists in its Rock Band game. (Techdirt)
- The Pirate Bay's neo-Nazi sugar daddy. (Register)
- Live online video enabler Ustream will broadcast from SXSW from the special Ustream Studio “Live from The Belmont” offering performances, panels and online interaction.
- A look inside the Tenenbaum file sharing lawsuit and the unorthodox Harvard Law team that is helping to fight it.(ars)
- "Hey, Warner, Leave those Kids Alone" (EFF.org)
The iPhone is apparently not selling well in Japan so one carrier will begin giving it away. (CrunchGear)
- How To Kill The Music Industry. (Torrent Freak)
- KIOSK Information Systems and Mix & Burn release new MP3 music download service for kiosks.
- BridgeCo raised $6M in new financing for networked entertainment technologies.
- Getting Back On Track: Some Tips For The Music Business. (paidContent)