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REWIND: LimeWire Zombie Emerges, We7 Users Love Radio, Twitter And Ping Make Nice & More

  • Spotify attempts to lure new users in with a 7-day free site trial.
  • Ian Rogers says that fewer than 30,000 artists are making a living.
  • The RIAA killed LimeWire, but the music pirates salvaged the body.
  • We7 users have spoken; they prefer streams over abundant choice.
  • The results from Hypebot's sales survey on merchandising music.
  • Will streaming music overtake file sharing and music downloads?
  • Twitter and Ping have teamed up to encourage music discovery.

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

  • Interview with David Chiatt on hyperlocal blogging and activism.
  • Hypebot asks, what are your criteria of making a living from music?
  • Amanda Palmer discovers and helps fund new pianist at Berklee.
  • Jelli radio goes mobile and teams up with traditional radio stations.
  • Too much choice may overload more casual fans, but not experts.
  • Interview with Paige X. Cho on social media and bands as business.
  • Study shows that mobile life dominates web on college campuses.
  • Look at which marketing channels work for DJ Shadow on road.
  • Either plan your album release or damn it says Hypebot intern.
  • Robbert van Ooijen argues that piracy is fantastic for innovation.
  • Hypebot hosts a contest to name a new publishing company.
  • On Monday, Facebook will launch a special new email client.
  • Interview with Alessandro from the new site We Love Your Songs.


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