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Pre-1972 Sound Recordings

Pre-1972 Sound Recordings

Certain sound recordings from decades ago are still considered commercially viable today.  In fact, songs by Frank Sinatra, Etta James, and the Beatles are still heard on the radio. However, it has become unclear to what extent these sound recordings are protected by copyright law and which...

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A Trojan Horse

A Trojan Horse

Amazon, one of the most storied online companies ever, may soon add music streaming to the list of services and industries it is a player in. Since January of this year, reports have been surfacing that it is preparing to compete with Spotify, iTunes Radio, and Rhapsody. It is currently...

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Spotify’s Time

Spotify’s Time

The music industry once again is on the tipping point of another digital...

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Copyright and Common Sense

Copyright and Common Sense

In May of 1787, the top political figures of a fledgling United States met in...

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A Singular Idea

A Singular Idea

The Wu-Tang Clan has been making headlines in past weeks as they recently...

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Ad Nauseam

Ad Nauseam

Advertising revenue is quickly becoming critical in the music industry. This...

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Apple, Google, and the Streaming Stakes

Apple, Google, and the Streaming Stakes

Apple and Google, the two companies that have most changed the fortunes of the...

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Remarketing Twitter

Remarketing Twitter

For more than a year, Twitter has been addressing music. Its 241m monthly...

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