How Has the Internet Changed the Music and Movie Industries

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Music and Movies

 

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Lawrence M

 

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September 27, 2014

 

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University

 

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Though music and movies have obviously come a long way since then, its purpose has remained steady since its inception: to entertain, convey artistic expression, and generate money. Eventually with ways to record and distribute these types of mediums, thanks to the inventions of the phonograph in 1877 by Thomas Edison (whose “Mary Had a Little Lamb” was long believed to be the first recording ever) and the motion picture camera and simultaneous invention of the motion picture projector in the 1880s, the future was paved for these forms of entertainment to be distributed to mass audiences ...
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Though the technology used to film movies in that time became quickly outdated, Thomas Edison’s invention was the major recording format for music for over a hundred years after its creation. The music industry technically started in the late 1800s with the selling of sheet music; that is the papers read by musicians to explain how to play the song...
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