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The Hit that Broke the Mold

The Hit that Broke the Mold

On December 12, 2013, Beyoncé released her fifth studio album exclusively on iTunes without any radio promotion, roadside billboards, or viral campaigning. By the end of December 15, her album had sold 828,773 copies worldwide.1 This speaks volumes about not only the current state of the music...

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Beats v. Spotify

Beats v. Spotify

As of January 21st Spotify now has a legitimate contender in the music streaming market, as Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine’s Beats Music steps into the ring. It is the culmination of eighteen months of development after Dr. Dre’s lucrative consumer electronics company purchased MOG in July of 2012....

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A Note on SoundCloud

A Note on SoundCloud

SoundCloud is one of the leading sources of audio sharing on the net, with 250...

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ASACP’s 100

ASACP’s 100

February 13, 2014 marked the 100th anniversary of the founding of the American...

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Rumblings in the U.S. Copyright Frontier

Rumblings in the U.S. Copyright Frontier

On March 20, 2013, following an address at Columbia Law School entitled “The...

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The Economics of EDM

The Economics of EDM

The EDM industry has exploded into a lucrative business platform. Attendance...

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Rebel Music

Rebel Music

Vladimir Putin, leader of one of the most powerful governments in the world,...

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A Copyright Extension for EU Recordings

A Copyright Extension for EU Recordings

On November 1, 2013, all European Union Member States were required to make...

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