Guilt-free downloads

Kaelble, Steve
November 2001
Indiana Business Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p8
Focuses on the success of Terre Haute-based record label MusicRebellion in Indiana. Share of royalties with artists whose works are downloaded from its site; Plans for music downloads; Comments of music consumers on the prices of record labels.


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