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The music industry

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  • 338.4778 M9874 (CEN)

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Publication Information

Detroit : Greenhaven Press, c2009.

Physical Description

144 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.


  • ch. 1: How healthy is the music industry? Record labels are becoming irrelevant / Ian Bezek
  • Record labels are more necessary than ever / Paul Sloan
  • The CD is dead / Aidin Vaziri
  • The CD is still viable / Daniel Gross
  • Big box stores are changing consumer tastes / Ethan Smith
  • Big box retailers and record store chains are not crushing indie stores / Michael C. Moynihan
  • ch. 2: How are new technologies affecting music? Satellite radio will fail / Rich Duprey
  • Satellite radio is a success / Gael Fashingbauer Cooper
  • Artists should decide whether iTunes offers singles or albums / Ray Waddell
  • Consumers should decide whether iTunes offers singles or albums / Charles Starrett
  • Radiohead's pay-what-you-want experiment is bad for business / Andrew Moylan
  • Radiohead's pay-what-you-want experiment is just a new way of doing business / Fred Mills
  • ch. 3: What should the rules be for downloading music and paying artists? Illegally downloading music is wrong / Editorial Board, Music Industry Piracy Investigations
  • Illegally downloading music is a necessary evil / Andy Cochrane
  • Lawsuits are the best way to stop illegal downloading / Recording Industry Association of America
  • Lawsuits are the wrong way to stop illegal downloading / John Gruenfelder
  • Social networking sites should pay royalties to artists / Billy Bragg
  • Social networking sites should not pay royalties to artists / Geoff Taylor
  • Webcasters need to pay fair royalties / John Simson
  • High royalty payments will put Webcasters out of business / John Healey
  • Facts about the music industry
  • Organizations to contact.

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Jill Hamilton

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