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More Music Industry News: NPR On Spotify, Music 4.5 Confab, Real Settles, The Music Place & More

  • image from 24hourpartypooper.files.wordpress.com Online Music Service Spotify Prepares For U.S. Launch - NPR's sharp technology correspondent Laura Sydell takes a look at what's in store. I was interviewed briefly for the story. (NPR)
  • Sony set for digital promo switch - Sony Music is becoming the first UK major to abandon CD promos, in favour of an all-digital system. (Music Week)
  • Music Ally has live reports from the UK's Music 4.5 conference. (Music Ally
  • RealNetworks has settled its litigation with the movie industry and has agreed to pay out $4.5 million to cover their costs related to the lawsuit. (ars)
  • Japanese Collection Society Wants To Charge You For Tweeting Lyrics. (Techdirt)
  • After 10 Billion Songs, What's iTunes' Encore? (PC World)
  • Facebook to automate ad buying through Omniture. (VentureBeat)
  • image from www.1015themusicplace.com Did Greed Take Dylan Away From Beijing? (The Beijinger)
  • The Music Place, an eclectic Roanoke, VA commercial AAA radio station asks its listeners to support the station NPR-style by becoming members. (101.5 The Music Place)


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