More Music Indusry News: EMI $’s, 10M Gagas, Google Music In Q4, Reznor Scores Facebook & More
Despite the Independence Day holiday in the U.S., we will be checking in and covering any breaking news.
- Investors clear path to more cash for EMI if it's needed. (Evening Standard)
- Sign of the Apocaplypse: Lady Gaga Heads for 10 Million Facebook Fan Record. (Epicenter)
- Google to launch music service alongside Android 3.0 - Q4 2010. - Google is targeting the holidays for the debut of its much anticipated digital music offering. (Know Your Cell, Gizmodo)
- Trent Reznor composing score for upcoming Facebook film "The Social Network" (CNet)
- Bandcamp expands its features with the ability to offer multiple bundles for each release ("If your release includes a CD bundle, vinyl bundle, and deluxe kitchen sink bundle with t-shirt, you can now list all of those packages on a single album page.") and an options menu (t-shirt size or vinyl color).
- The Nashville Music Council, made up of 50 of the cities top industry players from Jack White to top agents, managers and publicists - have outlined a plan to turn the city into a “Global Music Capital.” (Music Row)
- The EFF Says: Ticketmaster's Terms of Service Cannot Make You a Criminal. Flawed Prosecution Would Give Websites Extraordinary Power to Dictate Online Behavior. (EFF)
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