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  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune? 1.) Apply the value chain and competitive forces models to the music recording industry. The recording industry has been in need of an overhaul for quite some time. The executives had lost touch with the consumers that were keeping their companies afloat. I personally feel that the ability to purchase and download music online has been the best thing that could happen to the music industry. Just a

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    Essay Length: 491 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 28, 2009 By: regina
  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune

    1) The value chain of the music industry includes the artist, recording company, physical product, advertising, distribution, & the retail stores. For many years the music industry has had only one main form of product: CD’s, tapes, or records. However, in the past several years peer to peer networking services such as Gnutella, Napster, & Kazza have created a new form of product: digital copies of the music files. These peer-to-peer networks allow users to

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    Essay Length: 900 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: January 3, 2010 By: Tasha
  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Would you pay $15.99 for a CD of your favorite recording artist if you could get it for free on the Web? This question has shaken the music industry to its foundations. A tremendous number of Internet users have taken advantage of online file-sharing services where they can download digitized music files from other users free of charge. The first such service to be widely used was Napster. Its Web site provided software and services

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    Essay Length: 1,576 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: February 16, 2010 By: Fatih
  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune

    “A critical evaluation of the impact of change factors and strategic management initiatives on Banking Industry.” Today banking plays a vital role in our society and economy - the scale of transactions ranging from ordinary, individual customers writing cheques or using bank credit cards in shops and restaurants to enormous and complex payments by multinational companies across the world's great banking centres. The Internet banking is changing the banking industry and is having the major

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    Essay Length: 3,771 Words / 16 Pages
    Submitted: March 31, 2010 By: Mike
  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Group task report- Dollar General Background: Dollar General is... Question 1: Describe Dollar General’s business strategy. Why has the company been so successful? Whilst Dollar General is unable to keep up with Wal-Mart in terms of total revenue, it makes its mark in earning a greater percentage of revenue on each dollar of sales. Dollar Generals revenue per dollar of sales for the last year was 4.3 cents, compared to 3.5 cents for Wal-Mart. There

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    Submitted: April 10, 2010 By: Tasha
  • Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change Its Tune?

    Can the Music Industry Change its Tune? Introduction The music recording industry has been rocked by the peer to peer file sharing technology. The distribution of music is now available as a digital product (Blockstedt, Kauffman, Riggins 2004). The industry claims that the file sharing technology has caused a reduction in their profits. The increase in popularity of devices that play the digital music, such as the MP3 player, Apple iPod and the Dell

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    Essay Length: 2,983 Words / 12 Pages
    Submitted: May 1, 2010 By: Tommy
  • Music Industry Struggles to Get Cell Phone's Numbers

    Music Industry Struggles to Get Cell Phone's Numbers

    September 14, 2004 WSJ #1 “Music Industry Struggles to Get Cell phone’s Numbers” There is a new trend bringing together cell phones and digital music called ringtones. These ringtones are customized ringers that a customer can download directly to their cell phone. This business has seen quick and expansive growth in the past 2 years and is expected to grow for at least a couple more years. Initially cell phones came with just a

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    Essay Length: 486 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: November 11, 2009 By: Tommy
  • Music Effecting Change

    Music Effecting Change

    music effecting change Music is a powerful language which speaks to us, moves us, and fills us with emotion. In Sonny's Blues, the voice of Jazz mediates the relationship between two brothers. As the older brother's appreciation of music grows, he understands better the troubles in Sonny's life and as a result realizes the hardships which also fill his life. As more music enters the brother's life, the effects of Sonny's piano playing moves him

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    Essay Length: 1,218 Words / 5 Pages
    Submitted: November 14, 2009 By: Top
  • Itunes and the Digital Music Industry

    Itunes and the Digital Music Industry

    iTunes and The Digital Music Industry On April 28, 2003 Apple revolutionized the music industry by creating the iTunes Music Store. For the first time consumers were able to purchase digital music that was immediately ready for download onto their iPod mp3 players. However, since the start songs downloaded from iTunes have protected by a digital rights management (DRM) scheme known as fair play. Soon after Apple opened their store several other companies opened

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    Essay Length: 1,391 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Victor
  • Music Analysis: Changes by Tupac Shakure

    Music Analysis: Changes by Tupac Shakure

    MUSIC ANALYSIS: Changes by Tupac Shakure For most people that listen to music, a song can be classified as simply a plethora of words constructed into verses in the midst of an appealing tune playing in the backdrop. But it is when an artist can take all of this and add even more to it to make it memorable and even sometimes controversial he or she is considered a great artist. Perhaps one of the

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    Essay Length: 534 Words / 3 Pages
    Submitted: December 5, 2009 By: Monika
  • P2p and the E-Music Industry

    P2p and the E-Music Industry

    1. Introduction This report focuses on the impact that the development of the peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing model has had on the commercial e-music industry. Firstly, an overview of e-business and the evolution of the Internet are presented. This is followed by a short discussion and classification of business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C) and peer-to-peer (P2P) market types. The marketing mix elements of price, product, promotion and place for digital content e-music businesses

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    Essay Length: 281 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: December 8, 2009 By: Kevin
  • File Sharing: A Positive Affect on the Music Industry

    File Sharing: A Positive Affect on the Music Industry

    File Sharing: A Positive Affect on the Music Industry When Shawn Fanning sat down to begin a sixty-hour programming marathon back in the fall of 1999, he did not know what he was getting into. Shawn’s marathon was sparked by his struggles in downloading music on the internet via underground operations. His completed software, called Napster, allowed users to share and download music from each other’s computers therefore eliminating the need for expensive servers. After

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    Essay Length: 808 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: December 13, 2009 By: Fonta
  • Affect of Technology in Music Industry

    Affect of Technology in Music Industry

    The music industry has come a long way since those dreadful days of the mono recordings. Back then, artists, producers, and engineers didn’t have as much of a choice of what equipment that would use to get their recordings done. With the advancement in technology and new innovations constantly being created in the music industry, the opportunities are endless. If you look up the definition of technology you will see the words industry and commerce,

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    Essay Length: 1,702 Words / 7 Pages
    Submitted: December 19, 2009 By: Bred
  • Napster - Treble in the Music Industry

    Napster - Treble in the Music Industry

    Treble in the Music Industry Close to four months ago, when I heard the word ‘Napster’ I thought it was a new phrase for telling people they had nappy hair. I had no idea what it was, but yet I heard everyone around me talking about it, so I surfed on the internet and decided to check it out. I went ahead and downloaded it the program, not knowing four months from now Napster

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    Submitted: January 2, 2010 By: Mikki
  • Piracy in the Music Industry

    Piracy in the Music Industry

    Introduction The piracy of copyright protected digital goods is a large and growing problem in the music, computer software, videogame and film industries. Digital piracy includes the purchase of counterfeit products at a discount to the price of the copyrighted product, and illegal file sharing of copyright material over peer-to-peer computer networks. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) claims that about 34% of all recorded music products sold worldwide in 2004 were pirated

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    Essay Length: 2,355 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: January 4, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Australian Music Industry

    Australian Music Industry

    Question 1 Australian music industry has not been substantially impacted by the digital music trend yet. But the symptoms of perceived impact can be felt by looking at the mass digital music adoption rate. Digital music has shown tremendous growth of about 250% of value $ 27.8 million and 320 % in volume till end of 2006. This growth has increased the share of digital distribution from 1.5 % in 2005 to 5.5 % in

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    Submitted: January 12, 2010 By: Fonta
  • Future of the Music Industry

    Future of the Music Industry

    A terrible thing is happening to the recorded music business as we know it. It is literally going away. For years now many of us have been predicting the demise of the record labels, falling CD sales, the erosion of radio as a promotional channel, lack of barriers to entry into music making - and all the rest. Well now it seems like the worst possible future is happening right before our eyes. CD sales

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    Essay Length: 429 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: March 4, 2010 By: Stenly
  • The Music Industry

    The Music Industry

    1. Terms of reference This is preliminary report written by____, employd by the consultancy company X, with a purpose to evaluate the situation in the music retail industry and how it affects the client Helix Sounds. Additionally, the report is going to provide Helix with recommendations for their marketing strategy, based on the present situation in music industry. 2. Procedures The report was made by a primary research. The information used is based on articles

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    Submitted: March 31, 2010 By: Fonta
  • Thought on the Music Industry

    Thought on the Music Industry

    With the stunning global success of Apple’s iPod music player and iTunes online music store, some have called for Apple to “open” the digital rights management (DRM) system that Apple uses to protect its music against theft, so that music purchased from iTunes can be played on digital devices purchased from other companies, and protected music purchased from other online music stores can play on iPods. Let’s examine the current situation and how we got

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    Essay Length: 865 Words / 4 Pages
    Submitted: April 8, 2010 By: Monika
  • Us Music Industry

    Us Music Industry

    Industry brief: Music recording In the music business is one is a set of recording companies that produce over 20,000 new recordings each year, The object of the recording companies is to get these titles on the shelves of retailers and then to get them off the shelves into the hands of the public. These shelves are very full. And not only are recordings in every type of music contending for shelf space, but they

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    Essay Length: 2,890 Words / 12 Pages
    Submitted: April 19, 2010 By: Yan
  • How Shawn Fanning and Napster Almost Defeated the Music Industry

    How Shawn Fanning and Napster Almost Defeated the Music Industry

    How Shawn Fanning and Napster almost defeated the music industry. In the late 1990s, the greedy, wealthy music industry received a blow they never saw coming. As long as albums had been commercially produced, the industry had been free to charge as much as they wanted for their product, and believe me they had. Albums, eight track cartridges, cassettes, and compact discs have been overpriced for a long, long time, with the only alternative being

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    Essay Length: 1,470 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: May 13, 2010 By: Edward
  • When Did Country Music Begin to Evolve into an Industry

    When Did Country Music Begin to Evolve into an Industry

    American music of today has spawned from music of the past. As explained in chapter four of the A History of the Music in American Life by Ronald Davis, Jamestown is the founding spot of American music. Yet compositions were not conceived until the early eighteenth century with the musical compositions by the drastically differing composers, Billings and Hopkinson. Francis Hopkinson was a popular composer of the time but does not change or influence

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    Essay Length: 1,410 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: November 9, 2009 By: Bred
  • How the Information Age Has Changed the Information Systems Industry

    How the Information Age Has Changed the Information Systems Industry

    The Information Age has changed the Information Systems industry by creating software that makes most tasks that would normally require expert knowledge user friendly, allowing complex tasks to be done automatically, and it also allows many businesses and organizations to communicate over great distances simultaneously. To understand how the Information Age has changed this industry, one must understand exactly what the Information Age is. The Information Age refers to the period where information quickly became

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    Submitted: November 18, 2009 By: Mikki
  • The Industrial Revolution: A Time of Great Advancement and Change

    The Industrial Revolution: A Time of Great Advancement and Change

    Peter Stearns claims that the industrial revolution was an intensely human experience. What initially arose as scientific advancements in metallurgy and machine building, the industrial revolution period saw a redefinition of life as a whole. As industry changed, human life began to adapt. Work life was drastically changed which, in turn, resulted in family life being affected. As is human nature, major change was met with great resistant. Ultimately, the most successful people during the

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    Submitted: November 20, 2009 By: Top
  • A Changing Industry: Motion Picture Special Effects

    A Changing Industry: Motion Picture Special Effects

    A Changing Industry: Motion Picture Special Effects “Special visual effects have added to the allure of motion pictures since the early days of cinema. French director Georges Mйliиs is considered the most influential pioneer of special effects. His film “A Trip to the Moon” combined live action with animation, demonstrating to audiences that cinema could create worlds, objects, and events that did not exist in real life” (Tanis par. 1). Through examples of the new

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    Submitted: November 23, 2009 By: Monika

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