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A technology website analyzed the real impact of online music on artists, a new study revealed the value of Detroit’s music industry, and U.S. copyright industries contributed $1 trillion to the U.S. GDP in 2012.
Record Store Day sparked a vinyl sales boom, a judge ruled that the Millennium Copyright Act does not fully protect online music services, and author/entrepreneur Rob Reid said he will give a talk on copyright law to celebrate the release of his novel Year Zero in paperback.
The Entertainment and Media Outlook showed music industry has finally learned how to manage online music, the new Digital Music News infographic showed that DIY artists are faring well, and DIY Music released an improved platform to drive sales through social media.
Napster folds into Rhapsody, experts discuss whether or not the music industry will eventually be controlled by one major label and analysts and legislators discuss SOPA legislation.
Scott Ambrose Reilly of X5 Music Group talks about the evolution of digital music, the process of building an all-digital music label and shares some advice for artists that want to successfully market themselves.
George White, General Manager of Billboard Digital talks about the history and future of internet music and what Billboard is doing to nurture the careers of emerging artists.
David Krinsky of Rhapsody talks about their service, DIY music advice and if the era of music ownership will pass us by.