Beyond the Charts: MP3 and the Digital Music Revolution

Beyond the Charts: MP3 and the Digital Music Revolution




What MP3 has done for the music industry is give the devil a name, said musician Thomas Dolby Robertson, one of the artists who wasnt buying the record company party line.

Beyond the Charts takes a look at the hype and examines whats really at stake in the struggle for your computer, profiling the hot new Internet companies that will forever change the way you listen to music. The result is a disturbing but immensely fascinating look at the world of popular entertainment.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780967451701
Publisher: JM Northern Media, LLC
Publication date: 03/01/2000
Pages: 174
Product dimensions: 62.50(w) x 92.50(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Bruce Haring is the author of "Off The Charts: Ruthless Days and Reckless Nights Inside the Music Industry," winner of the Music Journalism Assn.'s 1997 non-fiction book of the year award. A former editor at Billboard and Daily Variety, he spent the last five years covering hi-tech entertainment for USA Today.

Table of Contents

1: Michaels Minute
2: In The Beginning
3: Physical Goods in Virtual Stores
4: Means of Transmission
5: Brickbats and Mortar
6: Law and Disorder
7: Blame It On Rio
8: Some Dubious Motive or Initiative
9: The Digital Revolution

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