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U2 Readies Response To Stolen CD Master

FROM WIRED.COM Irish rock band U2 told the London Daily Telegraph that, should an unfinished advance copy of its new album that was stolen during a photo shoot in France. Continue reading

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(Low) Power (FM) To The People

From FMQB “The good news: Maybe this will create more radio jobs. Tha bad news: You may wake up one day to discover that your second adjacent channel protection is. Continue reading

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Copyright Bill to Kill Tech?

From Wired.Com “The Senate Judiciary Committee will consider a bill Thursday that would hold technology companies liable for any product they make that encourages people to steal copyright materials. Today’s. Continue reading

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The Orchard Extneds Digital Distribution Reach

Independent music distributor The Orchard announced on Friday that it has signed a distribution deal with U.K.-based independent record label Fierce Panda Records. Under the terms, New York-based The Orchard. Continue reading

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DiscLive who records and distributes live concert CDs, said on Friday that it will release a double CD recorded at upcoming sold-out concerts in New York City’s Central Park by. Continue reading

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Induce Act P2P Hearings

From Digital Maedia Wire – Wired News on Friday provided coverage of Thursday’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the “Induce Act,” a controversial bill that could outlaw peer-to-peer networks and. Continue reading

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Clear Channel Concert Division Hits Slump?

From two stories on MusicBiz.com:“A little over a week ago, MusicBiz reported on what is shaping up to be a largely disastrous summer concert touring season. More evidence of that. Continue reading

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Listen before you buy tops iTunes on Heart download

From Digital Media Wire: “The Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA), a trade group of peer-to-peer file-sharing software distributors, said on Thursday that download sales of songs from female rock band. Continue reading

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33% of global ’03 music sales were illicit

From The Hollywood Reporter:“Global sales of pirated music added up to an estimated $4.5 billion by the end of last year, according to figures released Thursday by the International Federation. Continue reading

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Involver Ready to Rock Youth Vote

From Wired.com – Josh Koenig has outsized, outlandish political ambitions: to use the Internet to create a new civic movement for disengaged younger Americans, whose first act would be to. Continue reading

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