- The music industry is often cited as the horror story that all other entertainment genres might learn from: how the digital era has laid waste to a traditional business model. But what new models for musicians and for the music industry exist in the wake of this paradigm shift, and what can other media industries learn from emerging models of content creation and circulation?
- — Michelle C Forelle (@sprinksvherself)Sat, Nov 12 2011 21:59:58
- — Eduardo Suarez (@edosuarez)Sat, Nov 12 2011 22:15:31#foe5 FB reveals that people have shared their music 1.5 billion times with their music alliances (spotify and others) http://www.aliadodigital.com/2011/11/facebook-revela-datos-de-sus-alianzas-musicales-en-open-graph/ …ital.com/2011/11/facebook-revela-datos-de-sus-alianzas-musicales-en-open-graph/
- — Finola Kerrigan (@FinolaK)Sat, Nov 12 2011 22:20:48
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The Futures of Music.
Moderator: Nancy Baym (Kansas University) Panelists: Mike King (Berklee College of Music), João Brasil (Brazilian artist), Chuck Fromm (Worship Leader Media), Erin McKeown (musical artist and fellow with the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University) Brian Whitman (The Echonest)
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