REWIND: The Music Industry’s Week In Review
- Andrew Dansby asks, “Is the live album dead?”
- Hypebot assumes stewardship of MusicThinkTank.com.
- Labels tell Google to stop linking to Pirate Bay.
- Pandora is poised to be the Kleenex of music discovery.
- Megan Berry on how to build a Twitter strategy for bands.
- Andrew Dubbertells artists to shut up and listen to their fans.
- Google music downloads are coming and subscriptions next.
- Court says YouTube is not guilty of infringement in the Viacom case.
- Heartbeats on how to attract brands to your music.
- shmoop.com publishes a History of Rock & Roll.
- Will Page weighs in on too much choice debate.
- 10 years later, GarageBand.com is closing.
- SoundExchange distributes $54.8 million to artists.
- Julie’s Bicycle how to measure the carbon impact of your tour.
- Kyle Bylin does a critical review of the music discovery site Songness.
- Perez Hilton gives his perspective on the state of the music industry.
- Jonathan Coulton anwsers if net famous means famous.
- RealNetworks has cut 25% of their executive staff.
- 110B minutes are spent on social networks & blogs each month.
This Week On Music Think Tank:
- Chris Bracco shows how to really get your music on blogs.
- Kyle Bylin asks if music online is a paradise or a paradox.
- Bruce Warila announces that its his last day at Music Think Tank.
- Jonathan Ostrow explains the art of the press kit.
- Ariel Hyatt says how she gets by with a little help from her friends.
- Jon Sheldrick argues why you should pay for music.
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