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REWIND: The Music Industry’s Week In Review

  • 1/5th Of American Adults Don’t Use The Internet. image from www.hypebot.com
  • Paul McGuinness Picks Fight With Industry Bloggers.
  • Spotify Valued At $300 Million.
  • Arcade Fire Rethinks Album Format, Tells No One.
  • 48ers: Another Realtime Social Search Tool.
  • Video From Bandwidth: Twitter Executive Matt Graves On Imeem.
  • What Was Overheard @ Bandwidth (#BandwidthSF) (Pt. 2)
  • SoundCloud Creates Creative Commons Page.
  • Band Creates A Free Music Video Using Flickr.
  • One Day... Albums As Single Unbreakable Files.
  • Interview: Steve Knopper Of Appetite for Self-Destruction. (Pt. 3) (Pt. 4)
  • Industry Bloggers Bite Paul McGuinness Back.
  • Fat Beats Closes Last Remaining Retail Locations.
  • Mellencamp Likens The Internet To Atomic Bomb.
  • The Voting Process: Choosing The Hit Song Winner.
  • Chris Anderson Declares That "The Web Is Dead."
  • Android Developers Are Losing Money, But Why
  • EMI Loses Another $802 Million, More Trouble Ahead.
  • Music Labels Want To Break Your Phone, With Radio.
  • Billboard Names 10 Best Digital Music Startups.
  • Epitonic.com Relaunches, Original Founders At Helm.
  • PayPal & Flattr: Making Micropayments Simpler.image from www.allgoodseats.com
  • Lady Gaga: The Pornification of Popular Music.
  • Survey: Music Streaming Decreases Filesharing.
  • Apple Pulls Grooveshark iPhone App.
  • FlowSongs: Why Paying Royalties Is "Complicated."
  • Peter Sunde: The History Of The Pirate Bay.
  • Warner Bros Records Sued For Tracking Web Users.


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