Straight from the Source

Kidman, Angus
July 2001
Australian Personal Computer;Jul2001, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p113
Focuses on the trends in online music services. Growing number of subscription services run directly by well-known artists; Partnerships between music recording companies that venture into online music distribution.


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