the new music industry

You Read It Here First: Podcasting

Hypebot told you about Podcasting. Today the LA Times chimes in: “From the Los Angeles Times: “First came pirate radio, then Internet radio. But in the last month, a new. Continue reading

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Two New Download Services Launch In US And Another Expands

– Canadian digital music download store Puretrax has announced the launch of a U.S. version of its online store. Puretracks offers over 700,000 songs as Windows Media 192Kbps downloads, sold. Continue reading

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WIFI: It’s Everywhere. It’s Everywhere

How cool is this? Wired News reports that “Dennis Stacey had one of the best seats at the Ansari X Prize launches, right alongside the taxiway where Burt Rutan’s SpaceShipOne. Continue reading

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Microsft Unveils New Media Center 2005 To Mixed Reviews

As part of their bid to extend it’s reach from your desktop into your livingroom and beyond, Microsoft yesterday unveiled Windows XP Media Center 2005. As Hollywood Reporter writes: “In. Continue reading

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Supreme Court Refuses To Hear P2P Case Even As Atty. General Ashcroft Promises To Step Up The Fight

FMQB reports that “days after the U.S. Supreme Court was asked to overturn a 9th Circuit Court of Appeal’s decision from August that ruled in favor of peer-to-peer networks, the. Continue reading

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XM Ads Net Subscriptions

‘ XM made the jump today from satellite radio into your computer with the launch of their XM Radio Online service. New users can pay a monthly fee of $7.99. Continue reading

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Sometimes music marketing just goes to far…

…But then again we’re writing about it. Interactive Urinals Used To Promote CMT Country Outlaws Concert (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — “Target marketing” has taken on a whole new meaning in the. Continue reading

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Stream Your Home Music & Video Collection To Your Cell?

Associated Press reports that “in a move sure to raise the eyebrows of Hollywood and its partners, a California startup will unveil a service Monday that allows subscribers to remotely. Continue reading

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RIIA And Others Chase P2P’s To Supreme Court

Proving that they have no intention of slowing their efforts to destroy all evil-doers, the MPAA, the RIAA and The National Music Publishers’ Assn. have asked the U.S. Supreme Court. Continue reading

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MUST READ ARTICLE: Internet Creates New And Profitable Niche Marketing Opportunites

“Forget squeezing millions from a few megahits at the top of the charts. The future of entertainment is in the millions of niche markets at the shallow end of the. Continue reading

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