Derek Sivers Shares A Little Wisdom

CD Baby founder Derek Sivers spoke recently at his alma mater in Boston and shared "6 Things I Wish I Knew The Day I Started Berklee".  It’s basic but important. Continue reading

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Try To Look Busy Today…

You know and I know that you don’t feel like working today.  In fact, studies show this is the second slowest business week of the year. To help you feel. Continue reading

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Turning Mediocre Fan Videos Into Promo Gold

From the one of the Scandanavian labels behind the the Swedish Model (more on that soon, but think "fan and tech friendly label consortium" ) comes a way to turn. Continue reading

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R.I.P. Isaac Hayes

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Soundtrack.MTV.com: Video & Details

Soundtrack.mtv.com launches today as discovery engine for the music played in MTV programming. The sites also offers catalog of corresponding content including music videos, performances, personal blogs, photos of the. Continue reading

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Radiohead & Google Team For Video

Radiohead has teamed with Google for this innovative new video. There’s also an ad for it running under the first post in the left column of this blog.

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Pirate’s Dilemma: Best Stuff Is A Steal

In his controversial book "The Pirate’s Dilemma – How Youth Culture Reinvented Capitalism" author Matt Mason argues that most innovations are drawn from the previous creations of others.  Attempts to. Continue reading

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Video: (RED) Charity Music Subcription

Aids in Africa charity (RED) is launching a new monthly $5 for three exclusive tracks subscription service with some heavy hitters like U2 and Elton John.  Revenues will be split. Continue reading

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Amazon Adds IODA Video & Films

IODA has announced that Amazon will now carry their independent film and music-related video content. IODA’s filma and video catalog will now be available through Amazon’s Unbox digital video download. Continue reading

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11 Billion Videos Viewed Online Monthly

134 million people in the us went online to watch an astounding average of 81 videos for a total of 11 billion videos in April, the latest figures released by. Continue reading

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