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REWIND: DFTBA Sales High, Anti-Piracy Meets Kids, Spotify Stalled Again, Music Is "Public Good" & More

  • A study says 70% of Thumbplay users stop file-sharing.
  • Another day, a new anti-piracy campaign, this one is for kids.
  • The U.S. launch of Spotify has become stalled again and again.
  • Online label DFTBA Records cleared 1M in sales in two years.
  • Heard of copyright? We now present you with the copyheart.
  • Economist says music is a public good like streetlights.

image from media.scout.com Rewind With The Music Industry Week In Review:

  • Tubeify is a new music service. Here's how to get an account.
  • The Dalai Llama gives sage advice on how to build a fan base.
  • Viinyl.com introduced their quick & interactive single song sites.
  • Google exec said they could build iTunes 10x over, but won't.
  • This is a two-part interview series on the kindie music scene.
  • Hypebot reports live from SF MusicTech. (Here, here, & here)
  • Facebook released new profiles. Here's all you need to know.
  • Jelli CEO talks about the power of democratic radio stations.
  • What Google's new Chrome web app store means for music.
  • Ticketfly CEO talks about live music trends and monetization.
  • Dave Cool examines the evolving state of what indie means.
  • BandApp has launched a brand new, easy-to-use app creator.
  • Hypebot would like to interview online community mangers.
  • Myspace CEO says they aren't interested in selling music.


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