Music to your ears?

Marino, Joanne
May 2000
Inc.;May2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p26
Interviews Joanne Marino, chief executive officer and editor-in-chief of Webnoize, a research firm that focuses on digital entertainment, regarding businesses based on the MP3 music technology. Challenges in the MP3 marketplace; Qualities needed by businesses based on MP3 technology to last; Acquisition activities in the MP3 business; Reasons compact discs will be obsolete by the year 2010.


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