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More Music Industry News: Myths Of “Stolen” Music, Facebook Questions, & Lessons From The Dead

  • Thimage from sfp101.comese days, old is new in music business: Artists find intriguing ways to mine catalogs. (DNJ)
  • How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Technology. (Atlantic)
  • Lessons from the Dead: New book looks at the band's improbably effective marketing strategies. (Boston)
  • Android Market Ready To Crack Down On Piracy. (DroidLife)
  • Songwriters Guild and Its Myths of “Stolen” Music. (ZeroPaid)
  • Beyond Indie: A Story On Arcade Fire (NYTimes)
  • Now Can I Say $*%@!#& On Television? (Newsweek
  • Silently swapping songs in the night: The struggles of the music industry fighting illegal downloader’s are well known. But enthusiasts have found a new way to swap songs. (Reportage)
  • iPad in the Music Industry Part 1: Artist Assets, Jubilee Pioneers iPad Record Production (DailyGrind)
  • Did you hear the joke about the comedian and copyright law? (Ars
  • Video-game concerts, a movement that's more than a blip on orchestral landscape. (WashingtonPost)
  • Yes, People Can Comment On Content Business Models Without Having Produced Hit Content. (TechDirt)
  • Digitisation and its discontents: Why some media outfits still refuse to go online. (Economist)
  • Smaller, less-expensive shows still work in concert industry's summer of 'doom and gloom.' (GregKot)
  • The End of Hyperconsumerism. (Atlantitc)
  • Tilting At Windmills: In Search Of The $5 Ticket. (NPR)
  • Fire Your Marketing Manager and Hire A Community Manager. (HBR)
  • Searching for Answers? Ask Facebook Questions. (Facebook)
  • Will the Book Survive? (DailyBeast)
  • DMX, Inc. Wins Ground-Breaking Music Licensing Proceeding. (PRWeb)
  • This winter WaTunes releasing its app 'Music Store.' Music Store is a Facebook application that enables users to buy any songs on Facebook using a u  nique storefront.
  • Study: Social Networks Reach Higher Percentage of Women. (DMW)


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