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“The record business is over,” says music attorney Peter Paterno, who represents Metallica and Dr. Dre. “The labels have wonderful assets — they just can’t make any money off them.” One senior music-industry source who requested anonymity went further: “Here we have a business that’s dying. There won’t be any major labels pretty soon.”


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  1. Wie witzig, ich habe gerade eine Prognose auf Variety gelesen, dort wird die Zukunft recht optimistisch gesehen:

    “The report predicts that global spending on music will hit $40.4 billion in 2011, up nearly 12% or a 2.3% compounded annual increase from the $36.1 billion that was spent in 2006. Asia Pacific and Latin America will be the fastest growing regions, two areas where digital sales already have significant marketshare, 31% and 28% respectively.”

    Also bald alles digital dank Handys, halb so viele CD-Verkäufe wie jetzt, und ab 2009 soll es wieder bergauf gehen mit der Industrie? Na dann..


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