Music Biz News: MySpace’s Bleak Future, MOG Fusion, Global Indie, Beatles’ iTunes Deal & More

  • Report: MySpace to cut 50% of staff in the coming weeks. Sale expected by mid-year. (CNBC)
  • The action moves to Las Vegas and CES: Automotive supplier Visteon will shows a prototype car stereo that streams MOG its all part of MOG Fusion, the music streamers new API Program for CE and Auto Manufacturers.
  • 2011's First Trend? It May Be Indie Labels Going Global on a World Music Trek. (Spinner)

Hypebot Favicon More Music Industry News & Commentary:

  • Beatles iTunes Deal Pays Royalties Directly to Band, Publisher. (Billboard) What, they don't trust EMI?
  • UK’s Digital Music Boost Slowed In 2010. (paidContent)
  • Sony in cloud-based streaming push. (FT
  • Net neutrality? Not at the coffee shop. (Ars)
  • Why Amazon should buy Spotify. (BI) Whatever it takes to bring it to the U.S...
  • Mark Mulligan: What the demise of HMV's music stores tells us about the the death of physical media products. (Forrester)
  • End Result Of HADOPI? Higher ISP Fees. (TD)
  • Big media fails to turn ISPs into copyright cops. (CNET
  • Exfm Launching Music Blog Discovery Service. (Mash)
  • Pandora Radio Coming to Toyota Connected Cars. (Mash
  • 4 Steps to Film and TV Placement. (PP
  • Trapped in the Office? Save Yourself with 6 Free Web-Based Music Apps. (Evolver)
  • Boomers rocked the culture, turning TV, pop music into art. (USAToday)


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