More Music Industry News: Pirate Bay, MySpace PR Exec Leaves, AOL Down, Indaba Debuts & More

  • The Pirate Bay’s Sale Drifts On (paidContent)
  • MySpace PR Exec Dani Dudeck Resigns, Moves To Zynga As GM Corporate Communications. (TechCrunch)
  • AOL’s Turnaround Isn’t Here Yet: Revenues Down 23 Percent. (MediaMemo)
  • Indaba Music has debuted Mantis, its new web-based Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). Mantis enables anyone, from anywhere in the world, to record, edit and mix high-quality audio — for free. (press release) I'll be doing a full story later this week on Hypebot.
  • Digital distributor IODA announced that Ely Guerra has joined their growing Latin music catalog, which represents 4.5 % of the U.S. Latin digital market. The announcement was made at the Billboard Latin Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • WIN and Qtel launch mobile music service in Qatar. (press release)
  • Sonicbids and Berklee Partner to Give One Band a $20K Scholarship to Berklee’s Five-Week Summer Performance Program (press release)
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