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Nettwerk Music Group Sounds Alarm Bells on Bill C-11: “It Will Hurt Canadian Artists and Music Companies”

Nettwerk Music Group has long been recognized as one of Canada’s leading independent music companies. Led by Terry McBride, the company has featured label and management clients that include Coldplay, Sarah McLachlan, Dido, and Barenaked Ladies. The company has a reputation for embracing innovation: it was one of the first to drop digital rights management technologies from MP3 music sales and focused on fan preferences in the marketing and distribution of music. Given its role and reputation, when it engages in public policy, government should pay attention.

Yesterday, Nettwerk released a statement on Bill C-11 that is exceptionally critical of the legislative proposal:

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June 3, 2022 5 comments News

The Download Decade Continues

The Globe's Download Decade series continues with a lengthy feature on the iPod, ISPs, and record stores.  The package also includes a podcast interview with the RIAA's Cary Sherman, a podcast interview with Rogers Chief Strategy Officer Mike Lee which includes discussion on net neutrality, and a video featuring CRIA's […]

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May 13, 2009 1 comment News

Terry McBride on the Music Industry

The Future of Music posts another great interview with Nettwerk's Terry McBride on the future of music, including the reason for dropping DRM and the importance of mobile applications and smart phones to the industry.

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March 6, 2009 Comments are Disabled News

McBride on Putting Fans in Charge

Mark Glaser posts a great interview with Nettwerk CEO Terry McBride on his strategies for the digital music world.

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December 13, 2008 Comments are Disabled News

McBride on the Future of Music

Nettwerk's Terry McBride argues the future economic value lies in the meta-data (hat tip: FYI Music).

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October 31, 2008 1 comment News