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    European Commission Study Finds Online Music Piracy Doesn't Hurt Sales

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    Monday March 18, 2013
    The European Commission's Joint Research Centre has released a report that finds that online music piracy does not harm sales. The report examined the browsing habits of more than 16,000 European consumers. It found that an increase in clicks on infringing sites led to a small increase in clicks on authorized music sales sites.
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    Study Finds File Sharers Buy 30% More Music Than Non-File Sharers

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    Thursday October 18, 2012
    A new study by the American Assembly finds that file-sharers buy 30 percent more music than non-file sharers. The study is consistent with many other studies that confirm that file sharers spend more on music and cultural products than those that do not. Study author Joe Karaganis has a follow-up post responding to criticisms from NPD, which has done survey work for the RIAA.
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    Broadcast Coalition Targets CBC's Free Music Streaming Site

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    Friday April 13, 2012
    A coalition of radio broadcasters have targeted CBC and its free music streaming site with a complaint to the federal government and the prospect of a further complaint to the CRTC.
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    U.S. Paper Says No Decline in New Music In Napster Age

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    Tuesday March 22, 2011
    A new paper by Joel Waldfogel, an economist at the University of Minnesota and NBER, finds no evidence that Napster and P2P have resulted in a reduction in recorded music or new artists coming to market.  The study also finds that independent music labels are playing an increasingly important role in the release of new music.
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