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A Left Brain Take on Music: The Rethink Conference

A Left Brain Take on Music: The Rethink Conference

One of the silver linings of the current crisis is the recognition that cooperation between business, government, academics, and the creative community is needed to right the ills of the music industry. That such a gathering will soon be taking place in the US, however, is surprising.  In the...

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MOG’s Anu Kirk

MOG’s Anu Kirk

Services like Rhapsody charge a monthly subscription fee to grant users, with browsers or mobile apps, access to an extensive music catalogue. The content is stored on a server somewhere other than the user’s hard drive (i.e. “the cloud”). There is no need to safe-keep a personal music...

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Music Companies Meet in New York

Music Companies Meet in New York

On February 24, 2011, the 11th Annual Digital Music Forum East was held in New...

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A Primer on Termination Rights

A Primer on Termination Rights

By default a person that makes an original work and fixes it in a tangible...

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Apple Sets Terms and Prepares For Subscriptions

Apple Sets Terms and Prepares For Subscriptions

The iPod, iPhone, and iPad seem to have taken over the music market....

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Taking Stock of SXSW Music

Taking Stock of SXSW Music

South by Southwest (SXSW) is a music, film, and interactive festival and...

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A Controversial Grammy Night

A Controversial Grammy Night

Technology has changed not just how music is transmitted but also how it is...

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The Trade-Off Between Connectivity and Privacy

The Trade-Off Between Connectivity and Privacy

The survival of a business depends today on the gathering of information for...

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