US Music Industry

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Issue:

Music and Movies

 

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Stephen H

 

Date added:

June 12, 2015

 

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University

 

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B

 

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11 / 2997

 

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So that the Black Crowes are not only competing with Eminem for space in the Tower Records shelves; they are also fighting with five decades of predecessors from Chuck Berry and the Beatles through to Metallica and Aerosmith. It costs several million dollars to record and launch any major new pop album these days...
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And audience tastes are unpredictable, so many of these launches are for naught. Music companies are saved by the occasional big hit among the many flops. But winning shelf space and mind space while prolonging shelf life is harder than it’s ever been. And now comes a new threat – digital distribution of music over the Internet, as fans have been sharing recordings and avoid buying recordings off the shelves...
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