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REWIND: Indies Grabs Grammy Noms, Computers And Hits Don’t Mix, Future Of Web Radio & More

  • PledgeMusic has launched a record label and signed a band.
  • Jelli Radio CEO hopes to get more indies on broadcast radio.
  • After 13 years, VH1 is still saving public school music programs.
  • Google has announced four ways that it will fight content piracy.
  • Hypebot asks what you use to shoot and edit your online video.
  • Indie labels and artists have grab 50% of Grammy Nominations.

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

  • Bruce Warila asks if computers can analyze hit song potential.
  • Jay Frank responds and argues that algorithms can't pick hits.
  • Myspace is having difficulty picking a logo and sticking with it.
  • FanDistro launched a program that's like affiliate marketing.
  • Author of Mashed Up talks about the RIAA and remix culture.
  • The debate ensues on the importance of good web design.
  • Michael Fiebach analyses marketing DJ Shadow on tour.
  • Facebook will reform all the content industries in five years.
  • Over 80 websites were seized by the US Dept of HS's ICE.
  • Facebook drove most of the awareness for the Beatles news.
  • Slacker radio exec talks about rebuilding radio and streaming.
  • Pandora is the only leading brand in music streaming sector.
  • Using the correct buy buttons can increase digital music sales.
  • FCC net neutrality rules could hurt the new music industry.


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