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  • Fandalism Offers a Cheaper Solution to Getting Your Music onto iTunes and Spotify

    Fandalism is a “social network for musicians” founded by serial entrepreneur Philip Kaplan. Now that in itself isn’t hugely interesting, but they are taking on companies like TuneCore and the recently sold CDBaby and vastly reducing the costs for musicians getting their music onto iTunes, Spotify, and Google Play. Rather than charging a set rate […]

  • How to Get your Music onto iTunes and Spotify

    iTunes and Spotify

    Everyone is aware of the struggles of the music industry. Piracy, falling CD sales… In some houses, you don’t find a music collection on the shelves any more – it might be ten times as large as music collections used to be, but it’s all hidden on a tiny tablet or laptop hard drive. And […]

  • Music And Media Subscription Model

    DRM has rightly had a bad year as consumers have been faced with iTunes songs not working on any other mp3 player, and even interoperability issues between Napster and Yahoo Music’s Microsoft developed PlayForSure DRM and Microsoft’s own Zune player. Annoying to say the least. Even iTunes sales have collapsed in contrast to emusic’s DRM […]

  • The History Of File Sharing

    This article should go some way into explaining the birth and collapse of file sharing companies, the effect of record company pressure, and the huge growth of file sharing since Napster. (updated 26/12/2006) In the beginning Scour Exchange was understood to give faster searching and downloads, but that it was the first one to fight […]