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Very Succinct Music Business Analysis from David Byrne

Posted on 12/19/2007

Nothing in David Byrne's Wired analysis of the record and music industry is earth-shattering, but I like his straightforward definitions of the 6 forms of music distribution that currently exist, as well as his explication of where the money goes for every record sold in traditional stores and on iTunes. Cool interviews with Radiohead and Amy Mann's managers, as well as Mac McCaughan who founded the independent label Merge Records (who've had great success with Arcade Fire).

 
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