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More Music Industry News: Free Gaga, Music Gaming, Shazam, MediaNet, RouteNote & More

  • image from www.themusicmag.com Lady Gaga's effective use of free music. (TechDirt)
  • Music games need to refocus, not reboot -  In his first editorial for us, columnist Joe Rybicki explores the changing dynamics of the music game genre, and examines what needs to change in order to keep things viable in the years ahead. (Gamepro)
  • Mobile music service Shazam says its mobile apps aren’t generating 300,000 full-track music purchases a day after all – instead, the company is “approaching 260,000 downloads a day”. (Music Ally)
  • MediaNet announced that Blair Schooff will rejoin the Company in London where he will introduce MediaNet's MN Open API and suite of Web Components throughout Europe.  MediaNet rolled out the MN Open platform in the US in Q3 and as a result has rapidly built a network of more than 70 customers that are delivering premium digital media to their end users. (press release)
  • Online music distribution company RouteNote has expanded the roster of music stores it distributes to. Users can now send music to Thumbplay, Deezer and Napster through the service as well as iTunes, Amazon MP3, Spotify, Emusic, and others.
  • Music downloads 'need insurance cover' - Digital music collections may not be covered by home insurance policies, fans have been told. (Tour Dates)
  • FCC Approves FM Digital Power Increase (FMQB)
  • MIDEM 2010 live coverage roundup. (MidemNet Blog)


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