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More Music Industry News: Citadel Bankrupt, Amazon Leaks Lil Wayne, Fans Rule, ArtistData & More

  • image from www.patrickmadrid.com Citadel Broadcasting, the owner of 221 radio stations in cities including New York and Chicago, filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection in Manhattan with a deal to shed $1.4 billion of debt. (Bloomberg)
  • More tracks from Lil Wayne's rock 'n' roll edged "Rebirth" have leaked, and Amazon may have have played a role. About 500 pre-ordered copies were shipped early by mistake. (LA Times)
  • Story of the decade: The fans rule - just ask Radiohead. (Chicago Tribune)
  • iTunes U breaks 100 million downloads. (CNet)
  • Sing Along: Karaoke Night With 14 Songs Costs Tucson Restaurant... $49,000 In BMI Fees. (Techdirt)
  • Ravaged by dwindling music sales and rampant piracy, major music companies are bulking up expertise in an area of the business they used to ignore: T-shirts, baseball caps and other artist merchandise. (Reuters)
  • Digital music finds a place in Bollywood. (Economic Times)
  • A call to developers: Help Indie Musicians (And Get Paid) With ArtistData API. (ProgrammableWeb)
  • The five legal cases that defined the year in music. (Reuters)
  • The least essential albums of 2009. (AV Club)
  • REWIND: The New Music Industry's Week In Review
  • Hypebot's New Free iPhone app.


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