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Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?
Posted by Paul A. Greenberg on 2001-09-08 11:50:08
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A few years ago a popular song asked, "How do you
keep the music playing?" Owners of music file-sharing
services and recording companies are now
asking the same question, with a twist.


"How do we keep the music playing on the Internet?"
is more like it these days. What seemed a highly
progressive and potentially profitable idea is now
teetering on the edge of consumer rejection.
And nothing makes the big boys in the recording industry
shake in their boots more than consumer rejection,
particularly rejection among the most sought-after
demographic group -- American teenagers.





 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?  Paul A. Greenberg  2001-09-08 11:50:08
Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?  Nick Turner  2001-09-18 23:38:17
Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?  Anton Reinl  2001-09-11 08:12:34
Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?  Mr. Roach  2001-09-10 10:42:18
Re: Digital Music: Who Will Pay to Play?  Karll Knight  2001-09-08 23:02:39
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