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By Jeff Price

Lava lamps, Happy Days, mood rings, MASH, and Jimmy Carter’s Playboy interview weren’t the only things to come out of the ’70s. In addition, copyright law was revised by the U.S. government granting artists and songwriters “termination rights.” This law states that 35 years after 1978 the recordings and songs “owned” by record labels or publishers would revert back to the artist or songwriter regardless of if the artist or songwriter was recouped, un-recouped, etc. In other words, the government said to the labels and publishers,“ 35 years is long enough. Times up, give them back control over their work.”

For those of you counting, 35 years from 1978 is 2013.

Don’t Hide Your Head In The Sand

By George Howard & Jeff Price

TuneCore artists have sold over 400 million songs over the past two years, generating over $300 million in artist and songwriter revenue.

Based on this, the idea that you can’t create a sustainable career on your own terms, without the backing of a label (major or otherwise) is empirically ludicrous.  No, not everyone will be able to do it, but the point is it is possible without a traditional label.  Anyone that says otherwise is wrong.

So, what’s the hold up?  What’s the excuse?

The Innovators: The Orchard’s Richard Gottehrer 

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The co-founder of a successful music distributor for independent artists talks about staying nimble in a fast-changing industry.

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Bankrupt Blockbuster Bought By DISH Network — Look Out, Netflix?
By Henry Blodget/Daily Ticker

Satellite TV operator DISH network has outbid several other suitors for the assets of video-rental chain Blockbuster, which were auctioned off in bankruptcy court yesterday.

DISH paid about $321 million for the company, which has about 1,700 store locations.

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What’s the problem at Best Buy?
By Michael Brush, MSN Money

Disinterest in big-box stores, fierce online competition and still-struggling consumers have soured investors on the electronics giant. But the Blue Shirts should make it through.

Spotify Signs Licensing Deal With Universal Music Group: Report |

Spotify is edging closer to a U.S. launch, with a licensing deal with Universal Music Group reportedly in place.

How Lady Gaga’s 99-cent ‘Born This Way’ Sale Hurt Interscope, Distributors

June 11, 2011
By Ed Christman, New York

Let’s get one thing straight. The Lady Gaga 99 cent sale for ‘Born This Way’ was a great thing for the artist, and for Amazon. On a short-term basis, you could even make the case that it was great for the industry.

Facebook’s Music Plans Reach Far Beyond Spotify: The Real Story

May 25, 2011
By Antony Bruno (@AntonyNBruno), Denver

Is Facebook planning to launch a music service with Spotify as the music provider, as reported by Forbes today?

Highly unlikely. What Facebook is doing, rather, is reaching out to multiple digital media companies-including Spotify and other digital music providers-to discuss ways to more tightly integrate the Facebook social platform into their services.


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Amazon launches cloud-based music service
Analyst says ‘locker service’ positioned for competition with Apple

Microsoft’s Odd Couple

From the moment Paul Allen saw Bill Gates, a gangly eighth-grader hunched over a primitive computer, his destiny would involve both the man and the machine. Adapting his memoir, Allen recaps how two dropouts launched a tech behemoth. Photograph by Jonas Fredwall Karlsson. Advanced Search – Paul Allen: Books

Buffet warns social net investors: Advanced Search – Warren Buffett: Books

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French court convicts Warner head, ex-Vivendi boss

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Growth in Digital Download Sales Slows

Mute Announces New Structure Details: Label, Publishing, Management Now Combined

How Do You Know If Streaming Is A Replacement For P2P?

The 3 P’s of Marketing

Ad Funded Streaming: Effects On Sales

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Tom Whalley out at Warner Bros. Records

Beats By Dre: The Secrets Behind a Headphone Empire |

Ascent Selling Creative and Media Services Divisions to Deluxe – The Hollywood Reporter

Sony Music Exec Admits He Made ‘Radical Decision’ in Hiring Amanda Ghost – The Hollywood Reporter

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The Orchard Is An iTunes Approved Encoding Vendor For All Video Types

Mr. Richard Gottehrer, of The Orchard CHECK OUT RICHARD ON TV #FoxBusiness

The music industry is being transformed, and TuneCore, is playing a major part in that process. How will the music/entertainment majors react, to the seismic shifts in technology, and business models, to maintain their dominant positions?

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New #TuneCore post re #copyright & #mechanicals: How the Shift to a #Singles Market Impacts Songwriter’s Income @gah650

Great profile of @christophertin on the #tunecore blog. Discusses #grammys, scoring film and video games, and #marketing

Jeff Price, of TuneCore, interview with bio:

Yesterday’s #TuneCore Live online and available. #Copyright and band agreements discussed, & @thievingirons performance

From @digitalmusicnws “What Happens When DIY Artists Grow Up? They Get Signed…” but using #TuneCore for distribution.

The Digital Hollywood panels were taped by BMI and are now live on on YouTube. Hear Jeff Price’s “Disruption and Innovation: How to Change the Model and the Market”
Jeff Price, of TuneCore

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The Prince! I’d say great guy who’s trying to level the music industry playing field for all.

“Digital music distributor gives artists a break”