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More Music Industry News: Russ Solomon Retires, Disco Biscuit Festival, & Zune Pass Comes To UK

(UPDATED)
  • image from  www.cultofmac.comFile sharers targeted with legal action over music downloads: Lawyers for Ministry of Sound and  other music labels are seeking compensation, threatening court action unless file sharers pay. (Guardian)
  • In The Club: How Much Do You Pay For Live Music? (NPR)
  • Tower Records founder Russ Solomon retires. (SP)
  • Worrying About Monetising Your Music is Holding You Back. (CreativeDeconstruction)
  • Thousands More BitTorrent Users To Be Sued: The troubles for U.S. based BitTorrent users who share movies without permission is far from over. (TorrentFreak)
  • The A-Z of Online Music Distribution. (SimplyZesty)
  • Electronic reading devices are transforming the concept of a book: Digital tools advance beyond screens that talk and play videos, connecting readers to authors and online fan communities. (LAT)
  • Musical acts' summer tours encounter heavy weather. (LAT)
  • Latest Accessory of a Well-Equipped Band: Disco Biscuit has their own festival. (NYT)
  • That Thunk You Heard Was The iPhone Falling Off Its Pedestal. (PaidContent)
  • Hope & Social ask you to name your price: They are a band that are set up just a little differently to most other bands in the area. (BBC)
  • File Sharing Is Not Pollution, And You Don't Need An ISP 'Tax' To Deal With It. (TechDirt)
  • Zune Pass comes to U.K. (cnet)
  • Justin Bieber Video is now The Most-Watched YouTube Clip Of All Time. (BusinessInsider)
  • Swedish Copyright Collective – Technology Is Killing the Blank Disc Star. (ZeroPaid)
  • France’s Three-Strikes Law for Internet Piracy Hasn’t Brought Any Penalties. (NYT)

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