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Rewind – The Music Industry’s Week In Review: MIDEM, MySpace, Google, ReverbNation & More

  • Hypebot gives an overview of trends and thoughts on MIDEM.
  • The decline of MySpace is wonderful for musicians. Here's why.
  • Mark Mulligan argues that at this point digital music has failed.
  • ReverbNation links got banned accidently in Facebook for a day.

image from www.hypebot.com More Rewind:

  • UK's Psonar launched a pay-per-play music streaming system.
  • Why The Bastard Fairies left MySpace and Facebook for good.
  • Facebook Credits is being rolled out – will it ever apply to music?
  • Classic album listening clubs are starting to arise across the UK.
  • Third of leading UK insurance providers don't cover digital music.
  • How will Google utilize YouTube assets in their new music service?
  • The current crew behind The Pirate Bay is creating The Music Bay.
  • mySpoonful offers a weekly dose of indie music to busy people.
  • Hypebot did a case-study of the American Apparel in-store radio.
  • SonicBids released their brand-new Facebook profile builder tool.
  • A NYU professor created an anonymous, DIY file-sharing network.
  • Why you wait awhile to get an iPad to take merch table payments
  • Google has started to censor terms associated with music piracy.
  • Bln.ker is a new site that lets you update all artist pages at once.
  • Fanity is a new artist-tracking, update site that empowers fans.
  • First Masters Of The Arts degree in The Beatles is rewarded.

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