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Digital Music - a special report

Digital Music - a special report

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Published by Julie Thrasher
A great article about what's happening now in the music industry with links, opinions and a wide range of argument and analysis - well worth a read! To access the articles, the links don't work as this is a pdf so all you need to do is google them! They have dates and titles - it's very easy OR alternatively, go to the guardian for the original and click the links from there!
A great article about what's happening now in the music industry with links, opinions and a wide range of argument and analysis - well worth a read! To access the articles, the links don't work as this is a pdf so all you need to do is google them! They have dates and titles - it's very easy OR alternatively, go to the guardian for the original and click the links from there!

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Published by: Julie Thrasher on Jun 18, 2008
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05/02/2007 10:34 PMSpecial report: Digital music | | Guardian Unlimited ArtsPage 1 of 7http://arts.guardian.co.uk/netmusic/0,,967267,00.html
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night rewarded for connecting with their fans via the webat an awards ceremony designed to celebrate the 'comingof age' of online music.
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