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More Music Industry News: EMI Buys Digital Stores, Shazam Soars, New Disney Music Site, Indie Labels Embrace Film, Seth Godin & More

  • image from annaserafinska.com EMI Acquires Online Retail Service Digital Stores. (Billboard) It looks as if this major label is embracing direct to consumer sales.
  • Music recognition service Shazam is adding 1 million new users a week. (Music Ally)
  • Disney launches a new all music site. (press release)
  • Did weak copyright laws help Germany outpace the British Empire? (ars)
  • Getting the most out of the online "cloud." (Telegraph)
  • image from clickdocuments.com D.I.Y. Music Labels Embrace D.I.Y. Film. (NYT)
  • Seth Godin gives up book publishing. (Mashable)
  • The fame formula: Think you're the next Lily Allen or Coldplay? Guy Blackman gets the lowdown on how to become the hottest act in town (and beyond). (SMH)
  • Verizon-Google: There's a Hard Rain Coming. (HuffPost)
  • The Future of Music Technology. (TechTalk)
  • Music Anywhere marks the start of a wave of media-locker services. (telecoms)
  • Copycats vs. Copyrights: Does it make sense to legally protect the fashion industry from knockoffs? (Newsweek)
  • An Alphabet of [Music Industry] Arguments. (PitchFork)
  • Ads are the new music cash cow. (Telegraph)
  • Record industry a canary in coal mine for digital economy. (IrishTimes)


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