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Music Industry News: EMI Case Draws To Close, Taxing Digital Music, Myspace Probation & More

  • Tax digital music, say artists, (IFP)
  • Brenden Mulligan: Avoid DIY sites that do too much. (MIDEM)
  • Ministry of Sound abandons net piracy case. (BBC
  • RIAA: giving music away for free worse than charging for it. (Ars)
  • Taylor Swift Album Is a Sales Triumph. (NYT)
  • News Corp. Puts Myspace on Double Secret Probation. (MM)

6a00d83451b36c69e20133f58067d2970b-800wi More Music Industry News & Commentary:

  • Allegations fly as EMI case draws to a close. -  Citigroup had reason to trick us, say Guy Hands's lawyers. Bank claims Hands won't accept he made a mistake. (Guardian)
  • Apple's tough iTunes note meant for indie labels. (CNet) Read the full text of the letter here.
  • Facebook to Foursquare: You're out. (CNET)
  • Nudge an E-Mail to Come Back Later. (NYT)
  • Spotify: Music for the masses. (Telecoms)
  • Ministry of Sound abandons net piracy case. (BBC
  • The Harry Fox Agency has expanded its service to allow music distributors located anywhere in the world to obtain licenses for the sale of music in the U.S.
  • MGM files for bankruptcy. (CNN
  • Music streaming’s €1.1bn opportunity for Euro mobile operators. (MusicAlly


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