Music Biz News: MySpace Hot To Not, U.S. Piracy Bill, blueTunes Shuts, Venture Stats, iPhone & More

  • After yesterday's massive layoffs, a chart of MySpace's journey from "Hot to Not". (paidContent)
  • Senate will again try to pass controversial anti-piracy bill. (Cnet)
  • Music locker services blueTunes to shut down. (TechCrunch)

6a00d83451b36c69e20133f58067d2970b-800wi More Music Indutry News & Commentary:

  • U.S. Venture Capital Fund-Raising Continues Decline in 2010, Hits Seven-Year Low (Dow Jones)
  • AT&T vs. Verizon: Which iPhone Is Best for Music? (Evolver.fm)
  • Finish startup Geisha Music, is open in beta. Geisha is "about developing a creative atmosphere  that will encourage new musical hybrids" and features browser based FM synthesis, multisample support, effects, samples and a mini-sequencer. Registration is free.
  • New Features: Improved Fan Tagging & Outreach. (Topspin)
  • Music Hack Day comes to New York City on Feb.12 & 13.  (Music Machinery)  Did I hear something about a Midem Music Hack day?
  • Cyberlockers Take Over File-Sharing Lead From BitTorrent Sites. (TF)
  • Making Data Relevant: The New Metrics for Social Marketing (Mashable)
  • Musician Strategies – 10 Keys to Success. (FOM
  • Chinese Crackdown On Piracy Enters The Digital Domain. (TF
  • Why Filesharing Companies Are Starting to Lobby Washington [INTERVIEW]. (Mash)
  • Apple, Google, iTunes, MySpace and Honeycomb. (CW)


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