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Hindsight being 20/20, had the recording industry marketing process embraced technology and given it a creative role, the album sales free fall might have been decelerated to a less rapid decline. But in reality, hindsight is worthless. The imminent question is how will the two factions complement each other? Will technology demand labels to forever […]

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The Monetization of global exchange music —- the copyright situation in China Why this problem? China has been on the ‘priority foreign country’ list of the U. S. Trade Representative (USTR) since 1990s. In order to avoid the unilateral sanction, China has been compromised to improve legislative and enforcement initiatives to raise copyright protection. According […]

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­ – When your production studio consists of a camcorder and a VCR – A humble courtyard wall served as the movie screen for my first film, a 55-minute narrative about a young man denying the existence of AIDS to the point that the disease takes his life and the life of his girlfriend. Teetering […]

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Final Project

It’s a video! (kinda)… multimedia presentation with voiceover let’s call it.  https://vimeo.com/81917838

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Hey All, Here’s an interesting article that relates to my paper topic as well. In case you’re interested… http://www.forbes.com/sites/georgehoward/2013/09/10/why-artists-should-stop-chasing-spotifys-pennies-and-focus-on-top-fans/

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INTRODUCTION Proponents of the brave new digital world frequently tout it as a new, equalized playing field. Now, in seconds, anyone with internet access can publish, connect, comment and create. For those without access to big-name publishers, impressive networks, celebrity status, or high-end equipment, this should mean an open gate to recognition and success in […]

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