More Music Industry News: LimeWire, FlowSongs, Kazaa, Flatrr, Hype Machine, Elektra Turns 60 & more

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  • LimeWire Lawsuit Could Go Before Jury. (FMQB)
  • Pure launches FlowSongs Beta cloud music service with a little help from 7Digital. (Music Ally) And Forrester analyst Mark Mulligan says: "FlowSongs Raises More Cloud Music Product Strategy Questions"
  • Kazaa adds playlists and more music discovery features. (press release)
  • Professional Songwriters and the Creative Commons License. (HuffPost)
  • Musicians have rights, too. (TheGazette)
  • Hits keep coming for Dr. Luke: The producer behind Katy Perry's 'California Gurls' and Miley Cyrus' 'Party in the U.S.A.' is happy to be the music-maker behind the scenes. (LATimes)
  • Flattr opens beta of its micropayment platform. (SFGate)
  • iPad boosts appeal of digital comics. (CNN)
  • The Next Tech Titan? 10 Hottest Technology Start-Ups of 2010. (DailyFinance)
  • Will they come? Outside Lands takes over SF once again with acts like the Strokes and Further -- but is it possible to build a better music festival? (SFBG)
  • Islam’s Answer to MTV. (NYT)
  • Battle of the Streaming Music Services. (LifeHacker)
  • The Future of Skype. (Newsweek)
  • The Joy of the Hype Machine: Music Ex Machina. (Atlantic)
  • WORTHY CLICK: Elektra 60 is an online look at the venerable record label's history on the eve of it's 60th Anniversary. It's a trip anyone who considers themselves a student of the music business should take. (Elektra 60)


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