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Over 50 Major Brands Supporting Music Piracy, It's Big Business!

Over 50 Major Brands Supporting Music Piracy, It's Big Business! | music careers | Scoop.it
Below is a partial list of over 50 major brands who are advertising on pirate sites and therefore supporting not only music piracy, but also the mainstream piracy of films and every other kind of d...
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The Hype Magazine is... | The Hype Magazine issue #76

The Hype Magazine is... | The Hype Magazine issue #76 | music careers | Scoop.it
The Hype Magazine issue #76.Cover stories Tony Savo (CFM); K Michelle and Riff Raff (Time To Shine) (RT @statecyde: Much luv fam bam RT: @kdogs1: The Hype Magazine issue #76 http://t.co/fxHTIOd88s...
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'State of Austin Music Industry' revealed Monday evening - YNN, Your News Now

'State of Austin Music Industry' revealed Monday evening - YNN, Your News Now | music careers | Scoop.it
YNN, Your News Now
'State of Austin Music Industry' revealed Monday evening
YNN, Your News Now
Music brings millions into our economy every year and creates thousands of jobs.
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What the Music Business Can Learn From the Gaming and Gambling Industries

What the Music Business Can Learn From the Gaming and Gambling Industries | music careers | Scoop.it
RT @SebastianMourra: What the Music Business Can Learn From the Gaming and Gambling Industries http://t.co/R5hUIIpq
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Long Lost Concert Footage Streams Back to Life Online and on Mobile - Forbes

Long Lost Concert Footage Streams Back to Life Online and on Mobile - Forbes | music careers | Scoop.it
Forbes Long Lost Concert Footage Streams Back to Life Online and on Mobile Forbes “When we decided to get into the music business, the overriding theme—in fact the only theme—was that we wanted to own music content, we wanted to own master...
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