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    but at the same time, it has spawned many sales issues for the entertainment markets, specifically the music industry. The record industry “accounts for a small, but valuable percentage of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product and plays a large role in fulfilling the entertainment needs of individuals” (Bender 1). According to the U.S. Census Bureau statistics, the average American spends about $50.17 annually on music and listens to around three hours of it (Bender 1). Even though a few artists are still selling numerous amounts of records,…

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    To pose the question, “are streaming services good for the music industry?” you have to look at the stance of the music industry. It can’t be taken entirely from perspective of the consumer. Myself being a consumer of music, a poor one at that, I’d take the opposite perspective of what I’m about to state. I do not think streaming services are good for the music industry… but I do think it’s a start! If you look at the music industry as a whole across the world, it’s been on a large decline in…

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    Copyright in the Music Industry Copyright is the right that persists in a number of works. Copyright is created as soon as the piece of work is put into a material form. An idea cannot be copyrighted, only the expression of one can. In the UK, copyright is protected under the UK CDPA 1988 (Copyright, Designs and Patents Acts). This act protects the copyright of literary works, musical works, artistic works, dramatic works, films, sound recordings, broadcasts and typographical arrangements.…

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    company that has only been in the music industry for 2 years it is clear that there is a lot to learn for this newly born business and its sole employee. A business’s main goal is to generate money and cash flow this money made is then put back into the business to help improve the service it offers to improves its chances in making even more money. As an independent artist when I first started out i thought the only way to make money would be from performing and selling albums or singles…

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    Music or Business? Since its inception in the society, music industry has shown tremendous transformation, concerning the artists, labels, and marketing what is demarcated as music business is not the trade of solely making songs but also a platform to monetize an artist success. The three sources Chief Keef by Hopper,The Will.i.am and the science of Global Pop Domination by Noris,and The Doctor is in by Seabrook entail themes such as; the business aspect in the music industry should be…

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    When examining the music industry, music press is usually seen as an important link between artists and fans. Whether if it was for promotional purposes or for social and cultural concerns, music press was the only way people can read about their beloved artists or bands. Throughout the years, music press has taken up several configurations. Not very long ago people waited for monthly published magazines to read reviews. Today, in an age where technology almost governs everything, people can…

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    Another pro is that music publishers are professionals in the music industry, and so will be able to support and sustain you as one of their artists. Over many years of being in the music industry, publishing companies will have built up many connections and resources which will essentially become the artists assets. These connections will then speed up the rate at which an artist is introduced into the market through the publishers investment in their music. Moving onto the cons, current…

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    The music industry is a multi billion dollar industry that affects all of us. Music is different for everyone, some people are addicted to it while others could care less if there's music playing or not. But over the past decade the music industry has seen seen some of the lowest revenue since the 1950’s. So in this essay I will explain why this is happening, and how the music industry is changing. Music has been around for hundreds of years and music has always been popular and throughout…

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    ITunes music (Apple) store entered into the music market in 2003. However, prior to Apple 's entry into the digital world of music, the industry was fighting this new wave of music getting released to customers. However, with Apple 's release of its iPod digital-media player (2001) and adding the iTunes Store in 2003, they became the gatekeeper of digital downloads. Consequently, they promptly became supreme inside this new swim lane of the music industry. The key player that allow this was…

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    You wouldn’t download a car, would you‽ Piracy is stealing, as many old films say, but is it really that bad? Studies have shown it to have negative effects on the economy, but there are many benefits. Despite the fact piracy costs the economy 12.5 million dollars annually, music sharing sites such as Spotify, torrentZ or bitTorrent actually benefit the music industry by doing no harm to artists, increasing all album sales, and improving the general quality of music. Many people claim that…

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