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More Music Industry News: MySpace Refocuses, Guvera, MTV Digital, OK Go, UK 3 Strikes & More

  • image from www.dancingword.net MySpace will refocus on music discovery post-management shakeup. (TechCrunch)
  • Microsoft phone system hits reset on digital music. (Reuters)
  • Inside Guvera: Free, Ad-Supported Music … With a Twist. (Epicenter)
  • Twitter Hits 50 Million Tweets Per Day. (Mashable)
  • Baidu found guilty of infringement in Chinese lyrics case. (Music Ally)
  • MTV Digital Reorg: McDonnell To Head Fusion; Tribes’ Hopkins Gets Expanded Marketing Role (paidContent)
  • EMI Gets State Farm To Sponsor Embedding Ok Go Video. But Should You Need A Sponsor To Embed? (TechCrunch)
  • UK Says ‘No’ To Disconnecting File-Sharers, Sort Of. - One of the key clauses in the UK’s Digital Economy Bill is the suggestion that alleged persistent copyright infringers could be disconnected from the Internet. In a response to an online petition opposing the measure, the UK government has stated it will not terminate the accounts of infringers. But it has a wording trick up its sleeve. (TorrentFreak)


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