“Download! How the Internet Transformed the Record Business” by music industry journalist Phil Hardy is a detailed analysis how the majors record companies lost control of the value added chain in the music industry in the digital revolution. He tells the story about self-confident and maybe arrogant music business executives, who had profited from the CD revolution in the 1990s, but were outmanoeuvred by industry outsiders who set up a totally new added value network for recorded music. The once highly profitable record business that attracted investors from other industries in the 1980s and 1990s turned into a laboratory of digitalization with declining record sales, job losses and divestments of pressing plants and distribution networks in the 2000s. “Download!” is, therefore, an important contribution to understand the impact of Internet and new media on the transformation of the recorded music industry.
- Das Musikbusiness in der Blockchain musikwirtschaftsforschung.wordpress.de/2016/07/28/das… https://t.co/wyBtxkBuC8 1 month ago
- Der Boom des internationalen Musikstreaming-Marktes, 2011-2015 musikwirtschaftsforschung.wordpress.de/2016/07/25/der… https://t.co/YCVOADn79M 1 month ago
- Die Ökonomie des Musikstreamings: Spotify musikwirtschaftsforschung.wordpress.de/2016/07/18/die… https://t.co/sRrU1qTqnz 1 month ago
- Leaked documents just revealed a huge internal crisis at Spotify that is making employees flee the company nordic.businessinsider.com/leaked-documen… 1 month ago
- Taylor Swift is taking on YouTube, and it won’t be an easy fight theguardian.com/music/2016/jul… 1 month ago
- Mike Caren’s APG launches ‘next generation creative space’ in Los Angeles August 26, 2016State-of-the-art studios open, inspired by Atlantic's New York setupThe post Mike Caren’s APG launches ‘next generation creative space’ in Los Angeles appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.
- Six months of Apple Music now free with EE in the UK market August 26, 2016Britney Spears and Kevin Bacon star in new 'multi-million pound' ad campaignThe post Six months of Apple Music now free with EE in the UK market appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.
- Spotify on course to hit 50m subscribers within the next six months August 26, 2016Spotify is now adding around 450,000 subscribers every weekThe post Spotify on course to hit 50m subscribers within the next six months appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.
- Universal is now making $28m every week from streaming, but downloads are down 29% August 25, 2016Streaming now equates to 36% of UMG's recorded music revenuesThe post Universal is now making $28m every week from streaming, but downloads are down 29% appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.
- Believe Digital buys French independent Naive for $12m August 25, 2016Believe understood to have pipped Sony Music Entertainment to the dealThe post Believe Digital buys French independent Naive for $12m appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.
- Jy on Business model “Michael Jackson”
- Radiohead réinvente encore le marketing musical - Newzikbox on The Radiohead Revolution?
- Honours Project Bibliography | carlsproject on The recession in the music industry – a cause analysis
- Arrrrrr Matey! | Digital Literacies | ENG 553 | Spring B 2016 on The Radiohead Revolution?
- Sources | adams economics on Is Streaming the Next Big Thing? – What Consumers Want
- About Me
- Article database
- Austrian Music Business Research Association (AMBRA)
- Book Bibliography
- Economics of Music
- Handbooks and dictionaries
- History of the music business/industry
- Label and company history
- Law and music business/industry
- Media and music business/industry
- Music management
- Music marketing
- Structural analysis of the music business/industry (general)
- Structural analysis of the music business/industry (genre-specific)
- International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR) – ISSN 2227-5789
- theses & papers
- Vienna Music Business Research Days
- Young Scholars Workshop 2016
- 320,970 hits