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    Music

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    online, as well as influencing their prices and terms of use. The growing demand for online music services has led the conglomerates that own the major record companies to create their own channels for distribution. AOL Time Warner, Bertelsmann and EMI Group formed MusicNet, and Universal Music Group and Sony Corp. created Pressplay. The inquiry appears to revolve around two questions: Why are MusicNet and Pressplay the only ventures to receive licenses for a significant amount of major-label music

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    BMG Entertainment

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    BMG Entertainment The Internet, by making free and non-free online distribution of music, has profoundly affected how business is conducted in the record industry in terms of distribution channels, copyright and the economic structure of the major players in the global market. Initially, the Internet was viewed as an opportunity by some of the major players as a new channel of promotion. However, after the existence of Napster and few others, the majority considered it as threat because of the

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    Globalization and the Music Industry

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    In this paper I will review how globalisation has impacted the Music Industry in recent years, and in particular the US multi-national Universal Music Group (UMG). The term globalisation is defined as “the process by which businesses or other organisations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale” (Definition of globalization). People’s view of globalisation varies depending on a number of factors including where they live, their religion, social status, political

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    Impact of Technology on Music

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    Impact of Technology on Music The introduction to the internet in the early nineties and the creation of broadband, MP3, and the file sharing network known as “peer to peer” has completely revolutionised the music industry. A large percentage of music is today downloaded over the internet, and not bought over the counter in a record store. This essay will address the impact of new technology on music, and how music is distributed. To do this, the paper will first briefly explain the history

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    Music Origin

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    Music Origin Introduction: For centuries people had dreamed of capturing the sounds and music from the environment. Many had attempted it but no one had succeeded until Thomas Alva Edison discovered a method of recording and playing back sound. What had started out as an apparatus intended as part of an improved telephone led to the development of an instrument which would change the world, making it a happier, even a better, place to live. Revolutions: (Case of Mp3 sharing software

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    music catalogue, but with the presence of ads. The premium service, however, is completely ad free. Launched in 2008 in Sweden, Spotify has grown and currently has over 24 million active users. (Sisario, B) As a result of several deals struck with EMI, Sony, Universal, and Warner Music Group, Spotify currently holds a music catalogue of roughly 20 million songs. As of 2013, Spotify is available to its users on Android devices, Apple’s iOS (iPhone and iPad), Roku, BlackBerry, Windows desktop, Mac

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    The Truth About the Music Industry

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    Music is universally known as an expression of emotion, rebellion against the man, a way of life, a random collection of sounds, an annoying thing kids listen to, or even a vacation from everything, but in reality music is free of all definition. The industry involved in buying, selling and recording of music has grown so old, treacherous, and ignorant that it can not figure out the steps it needs to evolve with the rapidly expanding music industry. Musicians and fans alike are screaming about the

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    Recorded Music Industry Case Analysis Strategic Marketing Management EMI music group was formed in 1931 when Gramophone Company merges with Columbia Graphophone to form Electric and Musical Industries (EMI 2007). EMI started with operations in nineteen countries and has eventually grown to operations in over fifty countries. EMI has the rights to over one musical composition. Of the five major music companies, EMI has the least market share in the Unites States. This market share may now be

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    make a difficult decision; he would have to choose to either sell his beloved record company or watch the rest of his businesses decline further into eventual bankruptcy. Ultimately, he decided to sell Virgin Records, and all that it entailed, to EMI Music for $1 billion, a decision which left him heartbroken. Despite his sadness, Branson was determined to continue his involvement in the music business and just one year later he went on to create Virgin Radio and, subsequently, his second record

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    Music Business Journal Analysis

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    Music Business Journal Analysis The Music Business Journal is an online journal based in the United Kingdom. The two editors, JoJo Gould and Jonathan Little, are both lecturers, researchers, and writers in the music industry. When they saw that the music industry was underdeveloped in academic terms, the two founded the Music Business Journal to “facilitate the sharing of information and knowledge across a range of music industry activities.” Consultants for the journal come from a wide array of

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