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.
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Customers have warmed up to streaming music services, and Rob Reid predicted where they might go in the future. An on-going report also showed that major record labels have actively killed digital music innovation. And Musicmetric expanded to the U.S.
Rob Reid, author, entrepreneur and founder of Listen.com/Rhapsody talks about music piracy issues, how those in the music industry can benefit from new business models and his new novel, “Year Zero.”
Rob Reid, author, entrepreneur and founder of Listen.com/Rhapsody talks about his background in the technology, Internet and music space, his first novel and how writers, artists and musicians can connect personally with their audience.
The Rhapsody founder laid out the real cost of digital piracy, the head of A2IM talked about why artists must diversify to survive, and Billy Corgan discussed how an industry-wide obsession with fame is ruining music.