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- Online merchant dials SoundScan. // Billboard;7/22/95, Vol. 107 Issue 29, p58
Reports on developments in the online record retail industry in the United States as of July 22, 1995. Includes the launching of the `Record the Strip' record store interactive online trivia contest hosted by MTV video jock Nina Blackwood; Opening of the online record retailer EMUSIC; Tower...
- Oz music shuns online. Gliddon, Josh // Australian Personal Computer;Jul97, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p19
Focuses on the trialling online sale and delivery of music to France by five record companies. Identification of the companies; Information on the system involving the Internet; How the system works.
- Enhanced CD logo adopted. // Billboard;3/30/96, Vol. 108 Issue 13, p124
Reports on developments concerning online services related to the sound recording industry in the United States as of March 30, 1996. Major American music companies' adoption of the Recording Industry Association of America's recommended logo for the enhanced CD format; Pepsi's establishment of...
- dotmusic. // Music Week;3/15/2003, Issue 10, p1
Announces an online music service launched through the dotmusic on demand of BT that offers unlimited legitimate download service in Great Britain.
- APRS/Re-Pro launch recordings register. Howarth, Heather // Pro Sound News;Oct96, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p6
Reports on the launching of Recordings Register on the Association of Professional Recording Services' (APRS) and Re-Pro International's World Wide Web site. Services provided by the site; Comments from Re-Pro vice chairman, Peter Fiulleul.
- 'Tipping' Musicians on Fairtunes.com. // Canadian Musician;Nov/Dec2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p10
Features the online information service Fairtunes.com in Canada. Goal of the site to connect fans with artists directly; Tipping of artists through the service; Implications of the site for the recording industry; Details on the minimum contribution involved for each transaction.
- NWS PRNT. Ducker, Eric // FADER;Apr2008, Issue 53, p34
This article presents information on "Videothing," a web television (TV) show that chronicles the music industry in Los Angeles, California. The site is sometimes compared to the Cobrasnake and his photography team. But, the creator of "Videothing" instead sees it more in the tradition of the...
- Online music becomes legit as BT launches dotmusic service. Roberts, James // Music Week;3/15/2003, Issue 10, p6
Reports that the dotmusic on demand service of BT has introduced a legitimate online distribution service which offers unlimited secure downloads. Alternative to users of peer-to-peer services; Fee for using the service; Subscription levels.
- SWINGING SINGLES. Gallo, Phil // Daily Variety;7/6/2006, Vol. 292 Issue 2, p1
The article reports on the four percent decline in sound recording album sales in the U.S., excluding individual tracks sold through online services which rose seventy-seven percent. Album sales are at 270.6 million that includes digital single sales. Meanwhile, 281 million individual tracks...