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Music’s Future with Mobile Apps

Music’s Future with Mobile Apps

Iphone and Ipad apps, of course, are steadily growing. Since its launch in July 2008, the App Store has experienced a steady increase in the number of new releases, averaging just a thousand per month at inception to its current projected peak of about 40 thousand.  With more than a million...

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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 Internet-enabled file sharing, traditional music retail has lagged behind the volatile demands of music’s consumers. Streaming services like Spotify, Rdio, Deezer, and Saavn offer markets across the globe a fast, free, and...

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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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Modernizing the Hot 100

Modernizing the Hot 100

In February of 2013, Billboard and Nielsen made another modification to the...

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Record Labels and the JOBS Act

Record Labels and the JOBS Act

The largest providers of capital in the music business, the major record...

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Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” was the first single by an unknown artist to...

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