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Music Biz News: Vringo, Linux Music, Facebook Offering, Pirate Party Tunisia, NAMM Awards & More

  • Spotify U.S. not imminent, “not even in Q1? (Reuters)
  • Making music in Linux and beyond (ars)
  • Google supports MP3tunes in EMI litigation. (CMU
  • Vringo Launches Music Video Remix App Platform for Android (pr)
  • Report: U.S. investors can't share in Facebook offering. (CNet

Hypebot Favicon More Music Industry News & Commentary:

  • Facebook Suspends Phone & Address Sharing Feature (ReadWriteWeb)
  • Don't Be Lost In The Crowd, Leave Digital Footprints. (MicControl)
  • Arrested Pirate Party Member In Tunisia Freed, And Appointed State Secretary (Techdirt)
  • NAMM presented Wanna Play? Awards on Jan. 16 to honor eight companies from outside of the music products industry that use music products in their television ads, helping to inspire people to make music. The winners.
  • Quick note to the music industry: enforcing control when trust is crucial is not a good idea. (Media Futurist)
  • Publisher Sunflower Entertainment has entered into a blanket licensing agreement with licensing and royalty service provider RightsFlow.
  • Use A PC And Dropbox To Sync Music Automatically To Your Car. (LH
  • The Triumph of the Middleman: How not to monetize file sharing. (MTP)
  • Executive Musical Chairs Won't Save Broken Record Business. (TW
  • Rdio Rising: Skype's Founders May Have a Hit Music Service. (DF)
  • Tubesnack: An Easy and Fun Way to Share Your YouTube Playlists. (P2P)


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