The National Post runs a lead editorial applauding the move away from DRM in the music industry that now includes the Warner Music Group. The editorial concludes that: In this digital age when consumers continually add to and update existing formats for playing music, record companies that sell DRM-free music […]
Archive for December 30th, 2007
So says Mike Doherty of the National Post.
A must-read in Wired on why this is the best of times for musicians.
Billboard describes the new levy – which covers MP3 players and USB memory cards – as a $46 million Christmas present to the music industry.
The Tyee runs a story on the net neutrality issue.
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