REWIND: The Music Industry’s Week In Review
- Amanda Palmer thinks we're moving toward a patronage society.
- Jeff Price Of TuneCore "apologizes" to Tommy Silverman.
- If the Beatles couldn’t make it today, something’s wrong.
- NPD Survey says iTunes in cloud is worth $1B in first year.
- In 2008 the RIAA paid out $16M and only recovered $391,000.
- Bandcamp is switching from a free to paid service.
- MidemNet Lab calls for music tech start-up entries.
- Live Nation stock ends week down 20%.
- Kristin Hersh mixes up album and releases a book.
- AudioLock launches, provides more piracy protection.
- Social music service Twones shuts
- Adam Singer says the music industry fights
the future at every turn.
- Tommy Silverman thinks
hobbyists clutter the net with crap.
- Reports say a new leaner EMI is coming
- YouTube wants to give you $5
million.Pomplamoose tells how they quit their jobs and made
- A new artist crowdfunding app launches called IOUmusic.
- The music industry is shifting from master
- Read more on how the biggest artists use
- Mark Mulligan says most fans don’t use
many devices.Bruce takes a first look at Goodman's book Fortune's
- A graphic look at who got paid what in the old
- Larry Lessig fights back, challenges ACSAP
to a debate.
Mann talks about creative rehab and how
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