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    Prisoners with good behavior should have the privilege to use MP3 players, this will benefit both the inmate and the facility. Prisoners with good behavior should be allowed to listen to music to calm them down. Sometimes prisoners get frustrated and get in fights and when they get stopped by the guards, their enragement increases because they can't take out the anger they have. Music can help people calm down, so having an MP3 player will help them calm down and avoid violent situations. Allowing MP3 players into jail facilities will make it safer for the inmates and guards. That is because inmates will start behaving more to be able to keep the privilege. This will eventually improve their behavior because they will have something…

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    Podcasting Research Paper

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    Podcasting is the latest in on-the-go, on-demand technology. Basically, a podcast is a digital recording of audio or web/visual content, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal computer or MP3 player. A lot like radio on demand, podcasting actually offers far more options in terms of content and programming than radio does. And best of all, with podcasting, you can download whatever programming you want and listen to it whenever and wherever you want. This anywhere, anytime…

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    Music Piracy Effects

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    Throughout the history of popular music culture, common experiences among people of different cultures were shared by way of music, dating all the way back to the early 1920s from wax cylinders to vinyl records to cassette tapes. With rapid improvements in technology over the past three decades, the audio encoding format, the mp3, which would become one of the most innovative inventions of the 20th century, has led to many unforeseen problems and changes to the way popular nusic culture…

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    superseded by new ones. Molteni & Ordanini (2003, p. 390) conducted a research on the music industry since it is the only field that shows the significant impact digital technologies has made on the patterns of consumption, production and distribution. Now with the availability of software that can compress sound and store it smaller files, the spread of digital communication instruments like the Internet are changing the strategy of recording companies which affect the relationships between…

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    The beginning of the downfall in the music business’s profits started back in 1998 when Shawn Fanning created the first widely-used peer-to-peer downloading service, Napster (Bender 1). While other programs existed, Fanning’s program was more intuitive and, as a result, became mainstream (Bender 1). During this time, the MP3 file format wasn’t well known, however with the rise of Napster, that soon changed. The MP3 became one of the most used music files, and made it even more easy to share…

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    currently the most profitable and widely used, and why they are used and the effect they have on the music industry. This information will then be used to predict which method of distribution will survive the test of time, and potentially be the means of distribution that could still be in use 15 years from now. This essay will explore the profitability and popularity of three different platforms: vinyl records, digital downloads, and music streaming services. Music piracy has been considered…

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    Cd Sales Decline

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    Over the year, the continuing decline of CD sales along with the rapid growth of music downloads signals a new era in music. In the same way they started selling CDs in 1982 to replace vinyl records because they were too big, and CDs were more portable. Now people start to download music online, and they stop buying and using CDs. Although, some people think that buy CDs help to artist or the music listening experience is more enjoyable, but equally they buy music for internet and do use CDs for…

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    Essay On Music Piracy

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    Music Piracy Pirates back in the 1800’s were known to sail the high seas, plunder ships, steal cargo, the list goes on. Pirates today are still around but they take a different form, they take the form of someone going on the internet and downloading a torrent of that catchy new song they heard on the radio or downloading an entire album from some no name artist that doesn’t have their album on Spotify yet. These pirates aren’t your traditional, pirates they’re music pirates. Music piracy hurts…

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    Napster to me was something that opened up a new wave of free music. From what I remembered about Napster, it was one of the first sites where you could get free music. The first thing we notice is the word free and after seeing that word free people don’t care about anything else. Napster opened up so many doors in the music industry, but not all of it was bad. For example, underground artist became more popular because the music files sharing. Therefore once you’re big in the music industry…

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    Illegal downloading also known as file sharing enables people throughout the world to share information such as movies, music and documents. The various industries have been effected by the activities of illegal downloading. Music artists around the world were losing out on thousands if not millions of dollar worth of profit from CD sales. The illegal downloading will make the owner give up and they will not interest produce materials with the loss that they have to face. In this situation,…

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