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In the past decade, the information distribution channels for music have changed dramatically. Not only has it largely moved from radio and print to online sources, but many audioblogs have formed to cover various niches according to the individual tastes of bloggers. This democratization of music criticism has been popular with listeners, as [...]

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Save the Music: From Sampling to Streaming

On November 11, 2009 By Steven Reilly

As a big music fan, I was not surprised to read that a new report shows that those who download the most music illegally also spend the most money on music. I know that from firsthand experience. However, while this “sampling” theory has been suggested for years, it has generally been rejected by [...]

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Monday Morning JetLawg

On August 3, 2009 By JETLaw

In the news . . .

Looming legal battle?  Eminem samples voicemails from Mariah Carey in new song and threatens to release nude photos.

Jury hands down verdict against downloader Joel Tenenbaum in just second case against an individual to go to trial.  Meanwhile, different record company arrives at [...]

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