Study Claims Europe Key To Digital Download Future

In the increasingly crowded digital download field an increasing number of players are jockeying for market share in the US and abroad. But a new report from Forrester Research “projects. Continue reading

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Web Royalty Rates Debated

The Hollywood Reporter writes that “the Digital Media Assn. and the group representing artists entitled to a share of profits from music streamed online have asked the U.S. Copyright Office. Continue reading

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(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) The live music scene is flourishing in the United Kingdom according to the first ever survey by the Live Music Forum. Almost half of the venues, which took. Continue reading

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Rockin’ The Vote Radio Invades NYC

FMQB reports that with the Republican National Convention kicking off in New York City today, Viacom/Infinity Broadcasting Modern Rock outlet WXRK (K-Rock) is making a statement by letting Axis Of. Continue reading

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Look familiar? It’s Hewlett Packard’s new version of the iPod, but except for a different logo on the cover it might as well BE an iPod. It’s part of HP’s. Continue reading

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RIAA “Illegal” File-sharing Suits Now Total 4700

The number of Americans sued by the RIAA for illegal file-sharing is reaching the size of a small city. Music industry trade orgs filed suits last week against 744 individuals. Continue reading

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Big Champagne’s Weekly Download Chart

Internet download watchdog Big Champagne’s weekly chart may just be the only accurate measure of what music the public really wants. No economic motives. No label manipulation (yet). Just what. Continue reading

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Free Music Compilations For Hair Salons

In what hypebot thinks is a smart and innovative move to expose new music releases to the important female 18+ demographic, Audio Fidelity is launching a new venture with John. Continue reading

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Rhapsody Cuts Deals With More Universities

If college students had a simple and almost free way to discover new music, wouldn’t it lead to increased CD/download sales, ticket sales, sales od swag and more? We think. Continue reading

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Hits Daily Pubishes Reaction To Last Week’s P2P Ruling

From Hits: Appeals Court judge Sidney R. Thomas wrote, “The introduction of new technology is always disruptive to old markets, and particularly to those copyright owners whose works are sold. Continue reading

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