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Magazine articles on trends in the music industry, general music, and instruments.
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August 1, 2000
Janelle Brown
Did Napster's "buycott" backfire? Napster fans swapped free MP3s and hassled record companies like crazy, but so far CD sales haven't exploded. mark for My Articles 289 similar articles
July 31, 2000
Damien Cave
Watermarks in music? Talal Shamoon, a key technologist for the Secure Digital Music Initiative, says that he's found the key to protecting copyrighted tunes. mark for My Articles 222 similar articles
July 28, 2000
Salon Technology Staff
Showbiz reacts to Napster ruling As Napster fought an injunction that would shut down the MP3 file-swapping service Friday night, the stunned players on both sides of the issue sharpened their spins. mark for My Articles 467 similar articles
July 27, 2000
Scott Rosenberg
Why the music industry has nothing to celebrate Napster's shutdown will only cause a thousand alternatives to bloom. mark for My Articles 389 similar articles
July 25, 2000
Mark Schapiro
The day the music died The merger of America's largest concert promoter with its largest radio station owner will mean Pringles, payola and more Top 40 from coast to coast. mark for My Articles 42 similar articles
July 24, 2000
Eric Boehlert
The key man myth: Why Santana and Whitney are staying put Friendship and loyalty? Not in the record industry, where key dollars -- not key men -- make the merch move. mark for My Articles 47 similar articles
July 17, 2000
Janelle Brown
A Napster lawsuit laid to rest Rob Reid shelved's legal action, but he says it'll take an act of Congress to resolve the digital music tug of war. mark for My Articles 284 similar articles
July 7, 2000
Eric Boehlert
Napster death match, Round 3 Fending off a life-threatening court injunction, file-swapping phenom Napster insists it has done nothing wrong. mark for My Articles 437 similar articles
July 6, 2000
Eric Boehlert
They don't buy it Baby boomers are purchasing more CDs than ever -- but not jazz or classical. Can these genres survive in an increasingly bottom-line business? mark for My Articles 78 similar articles
August 2000
Christopher Breen
Steal This Song Will Napster Change The Way we Buy--or--Don't Buy Music Forever? mark for My Articles 599 similar articles
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