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More Music Industry News: Zune Goes International, Rock Finds Art, Omniphone, 7Digital & More

  • image from accessories.ifrogz.com Zune HD and its associated music / video services are going international, and it could happen by the end of the year. (Engadget)
  • Some UK rock managers have spotted an opening for them to bring expertise and experience – as well as funds – to the art world. (Guardian)
  • CBS Radio Blocks Streaming Outside Of U.S. (FMQB)
  • As streaming and other new music access models start to gain traction, Billboard's Glenn Peoples offers Five Mantras For The New Music Business.
  • Full text of the recent Warner Music Group earnings call. (Full text, Hypebot's overview)
  • Omnifone claims more countries and more platforms than any other music provider. (Music Ally)
  • 7Digital has added Last.fm to it's revamped Blackberry app.
  • Bauer Media’s Kerrang Radio is partnering with fan financing engine Slicethepie.  Any artist seeking airplay on Kerrang Radio can upload their tracks and listeners will get paid to review them. Kerrang’s producers will pick from the top rated artists and give them on air play.
  • Making your own karaoke CDs: is it legal? (ars)
  • Lady Gaga, Green Day and a reunited Soundgarden are expected to headline the 2010 Lollapalooza festival in Chicago. (Daily Swarm)


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