Los artistas colombianos y las plataformas de música digitales: algunas dificultades

July 2017
Revista de Derecho Privado;jul-dec2017, Issue 33, p111
Academic Journal
The Internet provides new business opportunities for the music industry, especially for both independent artists and record companies. The reason of the latter is the great proliferation and growth of digital music platforms. However, contrary to statistics, artists have not been able to benefit of such opportunities in the expected manner. The academic development on this subject is in its beginnings especially with respect to the Colombian panorama, therefore for the first time in the literature, this paper draws some of the difficulties that the Colombian artists face in the world of the digital music.


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