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Sounding off on Net music's future

At the latest Net music confab, one music exec airs a reversal in sentiment by saying Net music technology may ultimately benefit major record labels.

 

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At the latest Net music confab, one music exec airs a reversal in sentiment by saying Net music technology may ultimately benefit major record labels. For the moment, analysts say MP3 will boost CD sales.

"This medium changes the dynamic in every type of relationship that exists today in the music industry."

- Mark Mooradian, director of consumer content strategies, Jupiter Communications

 


Exec: Net music a boon for major labels
Internet technology will benefit record companies tremendously in the next ten years as more consumers turn to the Web to buy and listen to music, MP3: Sound and fury Bertelsmann executive Strauss Zelnick says.

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Net music gets louder next week
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MP3.com, other Net firms create market buzz
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