Music Biz Looking Up

Arnold, Thomas K.
August 2004
Video Store Magazine;8/29/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 36, p3
Trade Publication
Focuses on the 2004 National Association of Recording Merchandisers convention highlighting practical solutions for the growth of the music industry. Dual disc technology developed by Warner and Sony and supported by a consortium of other big labels; Complaint of music retailers about CD prices; Opportunity seen by retailers from the emergence of a market for instore CD burners; Growth of music DVD sales, according to Nielsen Entertainment.


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