Music Industry News: Net Neutrality, Ringtones, Backup Singer Demands $250M, P2P Slump? & More

  • Just 10 days before the big FCC announcement on net neutrality rules that could hurt the music industry, one FCC commissioners says the rules should also include mobile. (ars)
  • Who cares about ringtones? They were once going to be the saviour of the music industry, but last week the domain ringtones.com went for a mere $750,000.  (MocoNews)Two years ago it was probably worth 3-5 times that.
  • 2010 in Music: The Year That Went Pop. (Billboard

Hypebot Favicon More Music Industry News & Commentatry:

  • Cypress Hill Backup Singer Sues Take Two For $250 Million; Says GTA Character Based On His Life (Techdirt)
  • Is Illegal Filesharing Getting Less Popular? (Techi)
  • The death of independent bands. (Spec
  • Incompetent BitTorrent Researchers Strike Again. (TF)
  • MPAA, RIAA: Lawsuits won't protect content. (Cnet
  • How to Make it in the Music Industry and Why 99% of “Artists” Should Apply for a Job at Starbucks. (SB
  • Want a music industry career? It helps to be rich. (Guardian)
  • Outside In: It's So Loud, I Can't Hear My Budget! (PT)
  • Could Crowdsourced Funding Be a Future Solution for Indie Labels? (SF)
  • MUSIC: No Boundaries Anymore. (S)
  • "Glee" Throws Lifeline to Music Industry. (ABC)
  • Consequence of Sound Presents: 25 Coachella Predictions For 2011. (Complex
  • Author Slams eBook Piracy, Son Outs Her As a Music Pirate. (TF
  • Can music bosses catch the pirates? (PCPRO


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