Major Labels Sue Aurous, The ‘Popcorn Time For Music’ Responds

The RIAA and major labels have a new target, the so called "Popcorn Time For Music," Aurous. And whatever your position, it's hard to see how Aurous comes out the winner.

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American Association Of Independent Music Turns 10

It's a great time to be indie; and its primary U.S. advocate, the American Association Of Independent Music, turns 10 tomorrow.  A2IM can take more than a little credit for bringing. Continue reading

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Tumblr Gets Tough On Music, Implements 3 Strikes Like Policy

Tumblr users publish more than 110 million posts daily (that's not a typo), and naturally some of them include music. But in recent days,Tumblr has been punishing users who publish. Continue reading

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3 Predictions for the Over-Hyped Music Streaming Business

The music industry has drastically changed in recent years. We no longer live in a world where we anxiously wait outside of a record store to get a new album.. Continue reading

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Radio Still Rules and Pirates Subscribe According To New Consumer Research

Last week MIDiA Consulting released a new report by Mark Mulligan regarding a UK consumer survey, "Decoding the Digital Music Consumer," that reveals only one digital activity in the top. Continue reading

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Why Is Music Cheaper Now? It’s Supply & Demand.

Artists such as Sufjan Stevens think that selling albums for $3.99 is unfair, but Stevens does not recognize that the market has caused prices to fall. Brian Franke explains why. Continue reading

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