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Thanks to all of you that have emailed me regarding my post, I do enjoy the emails that I receive from around the world - and there were a number of questions posed that I decided to add as a supplement Blog post to the original post from yesterday...
First off, questions around the iTunes image that was posted...
I used to live in the ...
With Midem only two weeks away, the South of France will again, be a stage for the music industry to work itself into a frenzy to figure out the best route forward into discovering how to rescue itself from the brink of its own self-importance/ destruction. I’ve attended, spoke & networked through many of these events in ...
Banks, finance companies and the like
are turning their back on the people that matter most - their customers!
In a digitally connected and somewhat openly transparent world these
companies are still relying on their antiquated networks and processes
that were built in the 1980s and are NOT in a fit or practical state for
the 21st ...
Digital Nutshell: Issue 4 – MidemNet 2009 Special ~ Digital Music 2.0
Next stop after Las Vegas (as well as a brief stop over in Gibraltar – full analysis of the Online Gaming industry coming soon…) was onto Cannes and the MidemNet digital Music conference – and what could be classed as the Music industrys defining year such as the web was 2 ...
In my last blog - I touched on the power of the games industry and how they are now shaping the way that consumer enjoy their multi-media experiences at home.
This has been a long hard struggle for these companies and have seen many peaks and troughs over the decades to try and get to the point where we are today.
At the same time games ...
Looking at the 2 stories that interested me over the last few days - Radiohead - In Rainbow stats and Tap Tap downloads... First Radiohead - in one month October to November in 2007 In Rainbows was downloaded a staggering 2.3 million times across Torrent sites. That is a huge figure that stunned the industry when the figures were finally ...
OK, before I begin let me just reiterate one more time just why I keep going on about this any what experience / authority do I have in this area!
I have been working in the music area for almost 20 years - most of that right in the ''coal face'' within retail and watching very closely as digital arrived and then continuing this journey even now ...