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More Music Industry News: Brit. Labels Collected £193.5m In Secondary Revenues, Record Producer Mitch Miller Dies, & Cassette Tape Comeback

  • image from 4.bp.blogspot.comMusic industry looks beyond music sales: British record labels collected a record £193.5m in so-called "secondary revenues", which covers income from gigs and concerts to merchandise and film, TV and advertising rights, in 2009. (Telegraph)
  • More Coverage: How Much Is Being Made From 360-Deals? (Billboard)
  • Media Companies Try Getting Social With Tumblr. (NYTimes)
  • Cassette tapes are back in the mix: The format's low cost and no-sweat portability have made it attractive beyond the nostalgia set. (LATimes)
  • Influential Record Producer Mitch Miller Dies. (NPR)
  • Bing and Google in a Race for Features. (NYTimes)
  • Five Ways to Get Music Experience in College. (About)
  • How to Succeed in Indie Music? Five Formulas For a Blog-Worthy Band (SFWeekly)
  • 7 ways Google Analytics can help when redesigning your website. (icrossing)
  • Why Is The RIAA Sending Takedown Notices Over Music Radiohead Gave Away For Free? (TechDirt)
  • 11 Technologies in Danger of Going Extinct...
    The iPod is one of them. (LiveScience)
  • Apple's plan for Lala cloudier than ever. (cnet)
  • More Coverage: Rdio Enters U.S. Cloud Music Game, As Apple Re-Aims Lala at iPad, New Apple TV. Read ours. (FastComapny)


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