Weiss, David
December 2007
Mix;Dec2007, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p17
The article discusses the process of digital distribution in the U.S. music industry. Using the online music service, Fizzkicks members can create their own prepaid music cards to sell or give away to their fans. The author also offers information about the economic benefits and advantages of online music service for the consumers.


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