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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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PC World
April 2003
Dylan F. Tweney
Now They're After You: Music Cops Target Users Recording industry expands focus and guns for file traders. mark for My Articles 365 similar articles
February 2003
Todd Woody
The Race to Kill Kazaa The servers are in Denmark. The software is in Estonia. The domain is registered Down Under, the corporation on a tiny island in the Pacific. The 60 million users are everywhere around the world. The next Napster? Think bigger. And pity the poor copyright cops trying to pull the plug. mark for My Articles 28 similar articles
February 2003
Matt Bai
Hating Hilary Napster slayer. Corporate thug. Industry shill. Hilary Rosen has heard it all as the reviled frontwoman for the music biz. Sure, she knows file-sharing is the future. She's just fighting to give the dinosaurs one last gasp. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
February 2003
Charles C. Mann
The Year The Music Dies Record labels are under attack from all sides -- file sharers and performers, even equipment manufacturers and good old-fashioned customers -- and it's killing them. A moment of silence, please. mark for My Articles 358 similar articles
PC World
January 21, 2003
Joris Evers
New Microsoft Tools Copy Protect CDs and DVDs Software will allow recording companies to restrict what you can do with CDs and DVDs on your computer. mark for My Articles 245 similar articles
PC World
January 1, 2003
Michael Gowan
Make the Most of Your MP3 Player Follow our tips for easy ripping and keeping your player in shape. Plus: We point you to the best music sites. mark for My Articles 607 similar articles
November 19, 2002
F. Timothy Martin
Jesse Helms: Web radio's hero Small Internet radio broadcasters on the brink of financial disaster have won some breathing room, thanks to the senator from North Carolina. mark for My Articles 91 similar articles
Knowledge@Wharton Peer-to-Peer Music Trading: Good Publicity or Bad Precedent? Advance publicity is key to record albums' success, states Wharton marketing professor Peter Fader -- and by trying to stamp out peer-to-peer music trading, record companies are shooting themselves in the foot. mark for My Articles 111 similar articles
August 23, 2002
Damien Cave
File sharing: Guilty as charged? New numbers on declining music sales could mean that MP3 trading really is hurting CD sales. But that still doesn't mean we should lock up the pirates. mark for My Articles 102 similar articles
August 7, 2002
Eric Boehlert
The empire strikes back As the music industry's "pay-for-play" scandal deepens, the big five record labels try to crush the expanding power of the dreaded indie promoters. mark for My Articles 149 similar articles
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