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Jim Donio has had to wave goodbye to Tower Records and Borders, but can the National Association of Recording Merchandisers help music retailers navigate uncertainty of digital age?
CNET asked the leaders of the congressional committees that write U.S. copyright law, plus the groups that backed the controversial legislation a year ago, to tell us what will happen next.
A 3.2 percent uptick in overall sales may not seem like much, but it's the first glimmer of hope since 2004.
First Coldplay and now 200 independent labels have decided to pull out of Spotify, Napster and Simfy. Not good news, but nobody panic.
Earlier reports that a streaming-music feature was available on a test version of iTunes Match were erroneous, according to AllThingsD.
Still runnin': Michael McDonald live at NARM
In a farewell e-mail, an Amazon manager calls some in the music industry a "total pain in the ass." On Apple, he said he was proud of riling the "Cupertino beast."
Can music retailers turn illegal file-swapping to their advantage? Pamela Horovitz, president of the National Association of Recording Merchandisers, explains how store operators are learning to put hard lessons learned about the digital age to good use.
A trade association comprised of major music stores is gathering in San Francisco to discuss the future of CD shops in the age of the Net.
Prominent Senator Orrin Hatch highlights the politics behind online music and encourages retailers to bring their concerns to his attention.