Garrity, Brian
August 2001
Billboard;8/4/2001, Vol. 113 Issue 31, p61
Trade Publication
Presents information relating to music and the Internet as of August 4, 2001. Mention of the Plug.In conference and the discussion of music-publishing licenses at the conference; Topic of concerns about content licenses being reserved for label-backed services; Discussion of a change in the appearance of Napster's pay service.


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