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The Cost of Free

The Cost of Free

When it comes to recorded music, today’s consumers enjoy a free ride and...

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Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Secondary ticketing, a practice many prefer to call ticket scalping, is hardly...

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The Pros and Cons of iTunes Radio

The Pros and Cons of iTunes Radio

Apple may be tardy diving into the streaming market, but it might not surprise...

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Music Synchs Galore

Music Synchs Galore

Over the past fifty years, the music industry has benefitted from a steady and...

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Licensing Beyond Borders

Licensing Beyond Borders

Technology has a tremendous effect on the music industry. The proliferation of...

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Samsung Ships Out Jay-Z

Samsung Ships Out Jay-Z

True to its tagline, it looks like Samsung is intent on being “The Next Big...

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Pandora’s Provocation

Pandora’s Provocation

Pandora Media is locked in a no-holds-barred fight for profitability. The...

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Apple Takes on Radio

Apple Takes on Radio

When Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco...

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A Lackadaisical Google All Access

A Lackadaisical Google All Access

Since the onset of mix-tape driven selectivity up through the era of...

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Pre-Streams and Album Releases

Pre-Streams and Album Releases

Signed and established artists are now offering free access to their music...

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Music and Equity Crowdfunding

Music and Equity Crowdfunding

Over the last fifteen years, since the advent of the worldwide web, there has...

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The Poverty of Artist Royalties

The Poverty of Artist Royalties

With both dismal CD sales and the advent of 360 deals, many observers and...

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