More Music Industry News: Verizon iPhones, Prince, YouTube Flash, Pandora, IMDb & More
- Report: Verizon wireless will start selling iPhones in January. (Bloomberg)
- The bext mobile battleground is music subscription services. (paidContent)
- Prince bypasses record stores again with German a magazine deal. More territories expected to follow. (Guardian)
- YouTube: Why the Flash era isn't over. (DeepTech)
- HMV full profits rise thanks not to music sales, but rather to the popularity of Blu-Ray DVD's. (Bloomberg)
- Stockholm based Aspiro has sold its music and tv mobile entertainment unit to Lobus Mobil.
MobiTV for the iPhone has surpassed one million downloads.
- An analog vs. digital audio smackdown. (Audiophiliac)
- A look at Pandora and founder Tim Westergren. (Fortune)
- Hip-Hop Doesn't Need Saviors (The Atlantic)
- College students continue to face penalties for sharing music files. (Poughkeepsie Journal, Inside Higher Ed)
- Go-to celebrity database IMDb goes social with IMDb Everywhere a series of integrated iPhone, iPad and Android apps, as well as, Facebook and Twitter integration.
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