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DMT 126: ReDigi’s court loss, the future of charts, shelving the three strikes, the power of indies

This week on Digital Music Trends I’m joined by Steve Knopper (Rolling Stone) and Eamonn Forde (MusicAlly).

Lots to talk about as we delve into Redigi’s court loss in the case brought by Capitol Records, the passing of Phil Ramone, the evolution and future of charts in the US and the UK, the three strikes law in South Korea, YouTube’s deal with SACEM and UMP, the role of Merlin and the independent sector and finally the best April fool’s stories in music tech this year.

You can find the shownotes with links to the stories discussed here: http://bit.ly/DMT126.

Don’t forget to sign up to the weekly newsletter if you’d like to hear from DMT occasionally on the new shows (never more than once a week).

Have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

digitalmusictrends.com

twitter.com/digimusictrends

 

DMT 126: ReDigi’s court loss, the future of charts, shelving the three strikes, the power of indies

This week on Digital Music Trends I’m joined by Steve Knopper (Rolling Stone) and Eamonn Forde (MusicAlly).

Lots to talk about as we delve into Redigi’s court loss in the case brought by Capitol Records, the passing of Phil Ramone, the evolution and future of charts in the US and the UK, the three strikes law in South Korea, YouTube’s deal with SACEM and UMP, the role of Merlin and the independent sector and finally the best April fool’s stories in music tech this year.

You can find the shownotes with links to the stories discussed here: http://bit.ly/DMT126.

Don’t forget to sign up to the weekly newsletter if you’d like to hear from DMT occasionally on the new shows (never more than once a week).

Have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

digitalmusictrends.com

twitter.com/digimusictrends

 

DMT 126: ReDigi’s court loss, the future of charts, shelving the three strikes, the power of indies

This week on Digital Music Trends I’m joined by Steve Knopper (Rolling Stone) and Eamonn Forde (MusicAlly).

Lots to talk about as we delve into Redigi’s court loss in the case brought by Capitol Records, the passing of Phil Ramone, the evolution and future of charts in the US and the UK, the three strikes law in South Korea, YouTube’s deal with SACEM and UMP, the role of Merlin and the independent sector and finally the best April fool’s stories in music tech this year.

You can find the shownotes with links to the stories discussed here: http://bit.ly/DMT126.

Don’t forget to sign up to the weekly newsletter if you’d like to hear from DMT occasionally on the new shows (never more than once a week).


Have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

digitalmusictrends.com

twitter.com/digimusictrends

 

DMT 117: The One With MySpace, Redigi, Mega, Sweden, Fandalism, HMV…

This week on Digital Music Trends we cover The Most News Ever. Only kidding, but it’s a hefty number of stories and I couldn’t have done it without the help of Stuart Dredge and Darren Hemmings.

This week we talk about: 
- the public launch of MySpace, Justin Timberlake’s involvement and the Merlin rights issue.
- Redigi’s upcoming European launch, legal implications and potential repercussions on the industry (if anyone can be bothered to use it)
- Kim Dotcom’s launch of Mega amongst much fanfare, but what’s the potential piracy impact?
- digital distribution price wars as Fandalism offers first free and then cheap iTunes, Spotify and Google Play uploads
- the KLF releases slipping through checks and getting released without permission on iTunes and Spotify
- flexibility price of streaming subscriptions as Rhapsody launches a $5 tier tied to the MetroPCS carrier
- the astonishing story of music sales in Sweden where growth is in the double digits, and is anything happening out there applicable in the UK or is it simply a cultural difference
- a quick update on HMV, as the group starts to 

You can find links to coverage of all the stories we talk about here: http://bit.ly/DMT116notes


I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

@digimusictrends

DMT 117: The One With MySpace, Redigi, Mega, Sweden, Fandalism, HMV…

This week on Digital Music Trends we cover The Most News Ever. Only kidding, but it’s a hefty number of stories and I couldn’t have done it without the help of Stuart Dredge and Darren Hemmings.

This week we talk about: 
- the public launch of MySpace, Justin Timberlake’s involvement and the Merlin rights issue.
- Redigi’s upcoming European launch, legal implications and potential repercussions on the industry (if anyone can be bothered to use it)
- Kim Dotcom’s launch of Mega amongst much fanfare, but what’s the potential piracy impact?
- digital distribution price wars as Fandalism offers first free and then cheap iTunes, Spotify and Google Play uploads
- the KLF releases slipping through checks and getting released without permission on iTunes and Spotify
- flexibility price of streaming subscriptions as Rhapsody launches a $5 tier tied to the MetroPCS carrier
- the astonishing story of music sales in Sweden where growth is in the double digits, and is anything happening out there applicable in the UK or is it simply a cultural difference
- a quick update on HMV, as the group starts to 

You can find links to coverage of all the stories we talk about here: http://bit.ly/DMT116notes

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

@digimusictrends