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Digital Music Distribution & Music Marketing on the Internet_Gerald_Trepy

Digital Music Distribution & Music Marketing on the Internet_Gerald_Trepy

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DIGITAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION
 An analysis into the contemporary consumption patterns of recorded music and their influence over the music marketing implemented on the Internet.
by Gerald Trepy
 A dissertation submitted to SAE Institute, Oxfordfor the Bachelor of Arts Degree (Honours), in Audio ProductionWord Count:
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Student Number:
14794
Course Code:
 AD1009
SAE Institute, OxfordOctober 2010
 
DECLARATION
I, Gerald TREPY, declare that this dissertation and the work presented in it are myown and has been generated by me as the result of my own original research.
I confirm that:1.This work was done wholly while in candidature for a Bachelor of Arts Degree in AudioProduction at SAE Institute, Oxford;2.Where I have consulted the published work of others, this is always clearly attributed;3.Where I have quoted from the work of others, the source is always given. With theexception of such quotations, this thesis is entirely my own work;4.I have acknowledged all main sources of help;5.None of this work has been published before submission.______________________________________________________________Date, Place, Signature.
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 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
First, I would like to thank my family and particularly my parents, Bernard and Chantal,my sister, Deborah, and my aunt Yvette. Without your support, this dissertation would nothave existed. Then, I would like to thank Mouloud whom unknowingly helped me knowwhat to do with my life. I am keen on thanking you all in this paper because it is probablythe only time I can do so in such an honourable way.I would also like to thank my tutor and degree coordinator, Ian Wallman, for helping meshape the dissertation by giving me inspiration, encouragement and criticism along theway. Your availability and enthusiasm was key for me to carry through the degree at SAEOxford. Then, I would like to thank all the informants whom I interviewed or met for the completionof the dissertation, namely Andrew Leyshon from the University of Nottingham, JenniferOtter from JKO Media, Matthew Parsons from DittoMusic, and Gareth Reakes from We7.Without your help and involvement, the project would not have the same insight.Last but not least, I would like to thank Marcel, Matias, and particularly Matthieu and Vincent without whom I would not have found all the motivation to actually give my bestduring the year. I also would like to thank Matias again whose proof-reading skills were of a tremendous help throughout the degree.
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