Will Record Labels, Album Format Survive?
Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2011 @ 11:50:43 UTC

At the "Music Business Crash" that served as the pre-opening for the NARM convention, held in the Century City Hyatt in Los Angeles May 10-12, the speakers helped to dispel one myth commonly held by the digerati press: that the internet has leveled the playing field making record labels obsolete. While the playing field has been leveled, it has created an easy entre for artists, making it harder to get noticed. In the old days, Rolling Stone magazine carried eight album reviews, some of them two pages long and written by music writers like Lester Bangs, which would make readers take in every word. Nowadays, there might be 30 reviews in there. Complete Article

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