DMT #2 – We Are Hunted

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In this episode: an interview with the managing director of new online chart service We Are Hunted; the Three Strikes law in Europe and its evolution, Pirate Bay’s trial and its repercussions; the PRS launches its initiative against Youtube and strikes a deal with Spotify; Tori Amos and the iTunes presale that allows access to the tour’s presale; Record Store Day in the UK and the US; Google announces its first quarter profits but does not break down how much it’s loosing from Youtube.

We Are Hunted home page

 Native Digital’s Home Page

Nick Crocker’s Blog

Mashable article on We Are Hunted

All about jazz article on We Are Hunted

Three strikes law for criminals in the USA

NY Times article on the Rejection of three strikes bv the french National Assembley

Le Figaro article on Sarkozy’s anger at the rejection of the law

Le Monde article on the new schedule to get the law passed by the end of April

Three strikes in Ireland

 Three Strikes in Germany

Three Strikes in Italy

 Times article on the Pirate’s Bay’s sentence.

PC world article on short lived nature of the entertainment industry’s exultation

Google announces its irst quarter financial results

Peter Foster of the Times on the Prs for Music launch and the Spotify deal ]  

BBC feature on the Record Store day

NY Daily article on Record Store Day – In praise of…

LA Times article on Record Store day


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