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The Decommoditization Of Music: How The Net Hurts Artists, Fans & The Industry [VIDEO]

image from www.google.comThe net has been bad for music in ways that most don't realize, says pop culture critic Simon Reynolds: "Obviously, it’s been really bad for record labels. It’s been pretty bad for artists. I mean some artists have made it work, but not a lot."  It's not a new theory, but one he restates well: music has become too easy to get and therfeore less valuable, a trend Reynolds dubs the decommoditization of music. WATCH:


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