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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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Live Online Radio Pioneer 97X

From The Radio Internet Newsletter and The Cincinnati Post: “The 23-year-old Oxford, Ohio-based alternative music station 97X always billed itself as ‘The Future of Rock.’ With its new Web cast,. Continue reading

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Both Sides Now: The Real/iTunes Flap

London’s Financial Times has published a well researched commentary on the current Real/iPod flap: THE FEUD: “You could tell it was a bizarre feud by the statement Apple issued, one. Continue reading

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Hollywood Reporter Names Billboard’s Chris Morris Music Editor

Billboard senior writer Chris Morris is joining The Hollywood Reporter as music editor, editor Howard Burns announced yesterday. Morris replaces Tamara Conniff, who recently was appointed as an executive editor. Continue reading

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Dowloading Track To Cell A Hit In Europe

Wired.com reports that, “the ability to download complete tracks directly over cell-phone networks to mobile phones is becoming a reality in Europe. O2 Music, the music arm of U.K.-based international. Continue reading

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CIRCUIT COURT DENIES FILM & MUSIC BIZ BLOW IN P2P CASE

The Hollywood Reporter has just announced that, “the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dealt a legal blow to movie studios and music companies today when it ruled that Internet. Continue reading

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Broadband Users Outnumber Dial-up

From The Hollywood Reporter: “Early Internet entrepreneurs envisioned a day when consumers would devour short bites of entertainment on their computer screens delivered over the Internet by fat broadband pipes.. Continue reading

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The Recod Business May Be Hurting But BMI Is Rockin’

Even as labels complain about the effects of illegal downloading and competition from new media, the Hollywood Reporter writes that performance rights organization BMI “posted record revenue and royalties for. Continue reading

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TiVo For XM & Sirius

MusicBiz is reports that XM is about to offer a new high-tech toy – receivers capable of storing up to 30 minutes of a live broadcast to play back at. Continue reading

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Real Networks Aims For Market Share And At iTunes With 50% Off Music Sale

hypebot: In what can best be described as a savvy play for increased market share, Real Networks yesterday announced a half price sale on all of its half million plus. Continue reading

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