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INDABA: ONLINE MUSIC INDUSTRY
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...ONLINE MUSIC INDUSTRY 19th November Introduction Management team can resolve tension in a company and make it to achieve a long term vision. Individuals have different ways on how they view issues concerning the set goals of the organization. The different viewpoints can lead to tension or conflict, but a good management team should have the ability to handle such conflicts. Tension in the organization is not a bad thing but rather it’s healthy and constructive since tension will lead to highly functioning team that is ready to resolve any type of conflict in the organization. Management team will have to focus on challenges that may hinder the organization vision and mission... ?Running head: INDABA:...
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Supply and Demand of Online Music Streaming
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...Online Music Streaming Introduction The traditional music industry was consisting upon artists and music companies, who make money by creating and selling music in the physical market in cassettes, CDs, etc….The recording trend of music was emerged by the end of the 20th century, when a number of companies, Warner Music Group Universal Music group, like Sony Music Entertainment, etc… had started to record the voices of artists into different mediums. However, with the development of technology, the music industry has also experienced a shift towards the digital and online world, showing a substantial drop in the revenues of record labels. Now, people can access their favorite... Supply and Demand of...
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Project Plan for an Online Music Store
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...Online Music Store PROJECT PLAN FOR AN ONLINE MUSIC STORE Executive Summary This paper aims to develop a business project plan for an online music store that sells music in physical and digital form, music gear, and other music related paraphernalia. The music site will also offer added services to improve the client’s experience. The store aims to enable clients to purchase music from a wide catalogue of available music. The aim of the store is to be a leading brand in the sale of music and associated products. Various features to be included in the site include log in sections, a search tab, a jam room, a feature tab for online payments, a client discussion forum... , and streaming of sample...
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Supply and Demand of Online Music Streaming
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...Online Music Streaming Contents Contents 2 Answer Increase or decrease in demand 3 Answer 2: Increase or decrease in supply 4 Answer 3: Demand and supply equilibrium 6 References 8 Answer 1: Increase or decrease in demand Online music streaming is the enabling of online access to audio contents without the user being able to store the contents permanently on a computing device. This enables the users to gain access to the vast audio collections in different databases without having the need of any permanent transfer of data from and to a computing device. This process alleviates the needs for appropriation of content. The demand for online streaming has seen a multi fold... Supply and Demand of...
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Write a Summary (Uniform prices for online music are no way to maximise profit)
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...Online Music are no way to Maximize Profit Almost every consumer is left with some sense of satisfaction is they feel that they have got a bargain when purchasing a product. The difference between the price that a customer actually paid and the highest price that they would have paid is known as a consumer surplus. The consumer is able to get a product for less that they were prepared to pay for it, so they get this benefit. For the selling side of things, the seller is always trying to maximize the price of a product but is concerned at pushing the price too high, thus scaring off potential customers. For a seller to get more of the economic surplus from a sale, he or she... Prices for Online Music are ...
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Impact of iTunes and Other Online Services on Music Industry
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...online services on music industry iTunes was conceived in 2003 and ever since it`s impacts havebeen overwhelming. Though iTunes has contributed to the evolution of the social, economic and even political norms of the society to some extent, but the music industry saw the most apparent shift owing much to the development of this innovation. iTunes has affected the music industry in numerous ways. Holistically speaking, the revenues for the music industry for U.S alone dropped from about $12.8 billion to $5.5 billion indicating a negative impact of iTunes on the music industry. However, closely analyzing the impacts of this music sharing revolution, there are apparent... ? Impact of iTunes and other online ...
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The Music & Entertainment Manager - research project proposal
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...ONLINE MUSIC ON MUSIC ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND FUNDING OF MUSIC PROJECTS IN UK Lecturer: 1.0 Introduction 1.1 Background to the problem With the advent of technology backed globalisation, electronic commerce (e-commerce) can be said to have taken a centre stage in the global business environment (Zhu, 2004). As affluent and transcending as e-commerce is, it is also very dominant with the music industry, where the use of online music stores has become very popular since the beginning of the 21st century (O’Brien & Marakas, 2011). Even though online music business comes with a lot of advantage and benefits for those in the industry, Lui (2010) lamented that there are several other... School: Topic: EFFECT OF...
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Music Market
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...music online has an affect on the traditional music delivery sales. Thus driving the music industries marketing developers into over coming such possible downfalls in the traditional music delivery sale statistics and push for a contemporary style of integrating tradition and modernism into an approach that will appeal to the higher and lower income groups, therefore hopefully decreasing the consumers need to illegally acquire their favorite tunes online and buy at a nominal subscription fee. The Australian music industry has been performing experiments within the online music industry, by various companies fighting to stay alive and keep... If Music is the Food of Love, Log on Due to the continually...
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Music industry and peer-2-peer download
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...music consumer about the consequences of breaching corporate law when downloading music over P2P file sharing networks. This campaign addresses various issues about online download of content, while also advising consumers about available and legal online music content. The main targets for this campaign are parents, teachers, and young people, seeking to raise awareness about music content-related issues on the internet. The main backer and financier of this PR campaign is the International Federation of Musicians, of which the UK chapter represents musicians and music industry organizations across all genres (Baym, 2010: p178... Countering Peer-2-Peer Downloads in the Music Industry through PR...
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Music informatics
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...Music informatics Music informatics refers to the emerging discipline of research dealing with creation, distribution and consumption of music through technology, especially computer science. Music informatics utilizes the most advanced computer technologies to come up with music productions in digital formats. Some of the most notable examples of music informatics include iPods, digital audio editors, music information retrieval systems, online music search engines and improvisation of musical performances among others....
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Music Informatics
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...Music informatics Music informatics refers to the emerging discipline of research dealing with creation, distributionand consumption of music through technology, especially computer science. Music informatics utilizes the most advanced computer technologies to come up with music productions in digital formats. Some of the most notable examples of music informatics include iPods, digital audio editors, music information retrieval systems, online music search engines and improvisation of musical performances among others. ...
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Music Cultures & Marketing Principles
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...music industry namely, music composer, lyricists, instrumentalists, music publishers, producers, sound engineers and legal managers. The functions in the recording industry do not end with just creation of music; it is rather the first step which is followed by several other steps such as giving the music shape of commodity in the form of CDs, DVDs and soft copies, marketing and promoting the recorded sound and selling the same at a pre-decided price (Hull, Hutchison and Strasser, 2011). Rapid evolution of interactive marketing methods and online distribution channels, following ongoing marketing trends may not prove sufficient for recording... Music Cultures & Marketing Principles Introduction The music ...
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Topical case study report Who will stop Apple's dominance of the music delivery business
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...online music store, iTunes. The music store was launched with 200,000 tracks. There are exclusive tracks 20 special artists which include U2 and Bob Dylan (Borland, J. April 28, 2003). Apple, with the launching of this new online music store, has made its position stronger than it was ever before in the digital music world. Now, the question is that could this dominance of Apple be stopped. This paper includes an in depth strategic analysis of Apple as well as of iTunes. Strategic tools that are used are Porter’s five forces model, PESTLE analysis, and Porter’s generic model. The paper also includes a critical analysis of Apple’s competitor analysis, its current market... Apple Table of Contents Table...
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Online Multimedia
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...ONLINE MULTIMEDIA Music Online Internet is a network of networks of computers. Millions of these -big and small-are located in all nooks and corners of the world. These form the global information infrastructure (GII) which includes the web servers, global communication networks and the in numerable user terminals. Online music is the latest trend and is giving a stiff competition to the traditional and conventional multi media systems like audio cassettes, video cassettes, audio and video CD's. The hardware and software required for the GII has o be developed, produced, installed, operated and...
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The Internet and the music industry
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...Music Piracy Online... that are related to the file sharing that had been reprimanded by law is the case of the Napster. Based on the presented evidences related on the case, Napster is guilty of infringement of the copyrights of the company and music publishers of the specific plaintiffs. The said case presents the importance of paying for the services and products needs in different cases such as consumers to companies such as Napster as well as from distributors to original creators of the music and the performers of the audio records (Scott, 2001). The presented case is only one of the examples of the action related to the music...
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Illegal Music Downloading
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...musical information or musical item from the internet into one’s storage device without due legal payment or due permission from the owners who normally possess the copyright to such pieces of work. A section of people support, illegal music downloads stating that their actions do not affect the music industry in any way as they only download a copy and leave the original intact. They also claim that their actions do not affect anyone’s computer or freedom as it is a virtual process (Plunkett 2009, p. 24). Although the process of downloading music should be free and fair and considering the plight of those who would want to enjoy the music online, any actions of illegal... ? Argumentative Essay: Illegal...
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History of Internet and Music in UK
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...online, 15% used broadband and 92% were satisfied with their service. (Internet, 2006a) 2004 was the year when broadband became more popular; media companies started selling music and video online. Napster relaunched as a paid... Running head: HISTORY OF INTERNET AND MUSIC History of Internet and Music in UK By ____________________ History of Internet in the UK Internet evolution in the UK started from the year 1973 when the first connections of ARPANET were given to the University College of London (England) and Royal Radar Establishment (Norway). With the advent of ARPANET in the UK, Ethernet was outlined with the widespread of connecting local networks. That was the beginning of Internet basic ideas...
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The New Economics of the Music Industry
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...music file sharing. Music File Sharing Perhaps the most noteworthy revolution in the music technology is the conception of online music services which allows music file sharing among customers through the use of peer to peer network architecture. This radical breakthrough began in 1999 when Shawn Fanning released the first original Napster. His discovery was the fruit of his quest in finding an easier method of searching music other... The New Economics of the Music Industry I. Introduction The technological boom has ushered countless innovations in almost all the sectors in the global economy. These advances have facilitated the spillover of positive and negative externalities in various...
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The Effect on Sales of Digital Music Through Legal and Illegal Distribution Channels
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...Music 2. Comparative analysis on Apple iTunes Store with other legal and illegal distribution channels. 3. Research Structure II. Aims and objectives 1. Aim 2. Objectives III. Literature review IV. Research Methodology 1. Introduction 2. Data Collection 3. Data Analysis 4. Reliability and Validity 5. Limitations V. References VI. Gantt Chart I. Introduction 1. Why Online Digital Music? In recent days illegal music downloads are far more than the number of music tracks sold. International Federation of the Phonographic Industry also mentioned that between the year 2005 and 2006 the sales of the global music industry fell by 11% and the ratio between... ? Table of content I. Introduction Why Digital Music...
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Feature Story: How Illegal Downloading is hurting the music industry
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...Music Industry Digital entertainment is one of the biggest industries existing today. People today usually prefer having entertainment at their homes and through handheld gadgets. They love watching movies, listening to music, browsing through images and a lot more. Music industry has a very large contribution to the entertainment industry and in the promotion of different artists. The digital entertainment models for the music industry involve buying records (e.g. CDs), downloading songs, or streaming them on the Internet. Illegal Music Downloading Talking about illegal downloading, Napster is a must mention. Napster was one of the biggest online music file... How Illegal Downloading is Hurting the...
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Marketing management and strategy - The UK music industry
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...Online Music Distribution: R.I.P. the Music Industry MAN0713M of Bradford Understanding the competitive environment: a. The underplaying logic of the market economy The UK music industry is facing dramatic changes caused by shifts in the patterns people buy music tracks and albums. Online music distribution is changing the rules of the market introducing both major threats and growth opportunities for music labels and distributors. Whereas increased download opportunities and digital format preferences are threatening traditional music specialty stores, legal music websites and music producers have to find creative ways to fight back internet piracy... Marketing Management and Strategy Case Study 2006...
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Rhetoric Analysis of a Music News Website
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...Music News Website The growing problem of online music piracy has many artists of the record industry concerned about their creative integrity and financial stability. Additionally, employees who work behind the scenes (i.e. songwriters, producers, musicians, sound engineers) share similar worries about their livelihood as a result of the detrimental financial effects of online music piracy. College students who download illegal mp3s without paying via peer-to-peer networks are the primary perpetrators; their illegal actions deprive the record industry's employees of their salaries. This issue is very important as we are all surrounded by it everyday and most important... s Rhetoric Analysis of a Music...
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How is the music industry being affected by iTunes and similar services
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...music albums or songs online. ITunes and other services such as Amazon MP3, Napster, Zune Marketplace and Rhapsody have changed the landscape of the music industry however in my opinion the music industry was on a decline before these services emerged and their impact with regards to providing relief to the industry has not been very significant (though I agree that the launch of such services is a step in the right direction for the industry). Although I agree that instead of buying the whole CD just for one song people nowadays prefer buying their favorite single. Previously people were forced to buy the whole album of a...
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Recorded Music Industry
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...online music services which allows music file sharing among customers through the use of peer to peer network architecture. This technology allowed music lovers to easily swap MP3 music files with each other for free which eventually lead to industry players' accusations of massive copyright violations. The clamor of record labels lead to the shutdown of the whole Napster network in 2001. However, Napster has begun its operation using a new business which allocates subscription fee for its service users (Napster 2007). Streaming Technologies The rapid advancement of technology has also facilitated the creation of streaming technologies which enables the user to view... Running Head: AN ANALYSIS OF THE...
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The Music Industry and Copyright Issue in The Digital Phase
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...music industry players have begun to take action after losses from sharing of copy-protected music online. Those who are at the receiving end of this fight-back are creators of P2P and music sharing programs to the individual users who are sharing and uploading copy-protected music over the internet (Chiang & Assane, 2012: p1374). It is clear that these two groups of people keep the illegal download sector going, and the music industry feels that these people are the most responsible for the loss of revenues. The recording Industry Association of America has now divided the copyright... ? How the Music Industry has faced the Copyright issue in the Digital Phase THE MUSIC INDUSTRY AND COPYRIGHT ISSUE IN...
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History of Music Industry
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...online, in which he stated the main arguments, as listed below: * Copying is fair use * Copying is theft * Music wants to be free * Napster users buy more CDs * Music companies make too much money * Music companies will make more money with Internet distribution * Musicians can't make money with Internet distribution (http://www.allfreeessays.net/student/Click_vs_Brick.html) Consumers' Perspective There are 2 major arguments that have continuously tried to justify he piracy and unlawful reproduction of music online, from the perspective of the consumers... The current of the music industry The music industry has gone through numerous changes and challenges...
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Music Management
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...music as long as they played it more than other music, which would be viewed as unlawful," Burger says, adding that stations would need to declare such a game plan forthright. The statute to which Burger alludes came to be in 1960. This was after hearings in which individuals communicated shock when they discovered that record marks were paying DJs to play certain tunes (Maidment-Otlet & Redfearn, 2010). Works cited Bhattacharjee, S., Gopal, R. D., Lertwachara, K., & Marsden, J. R. (2006). Impact of Legal Threats on Online Music Sharing Activity: An Analysis of Music... Music Industry management There are such a large number of distinctive approaches to back one or more highlight movies, that it is to a ...
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Internet and Music Industry
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...music industry is considered to be one of the top industries as far as value and income are concerned.1 In the last few years, however, with the rise of the Internet, the music industry has found new ways to earn money. Record companies began to collect orders online and ship their products to any part of the world which has internet access. And even later, they learned to collect money in exchange for downloadable music. This meant that they needed less money to produce and store their products.2 It also meant faster service for the customers and, therefore, faster influx of cash. The internet became a very good source of income as it has... Transformation of Media: How the Internet Affects the...
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Napster and MP3 - Redefining the Music Industry
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...online community. (Business Policy) How have Napster and MP3 changed the music industry? Napster’s impact on the music industry was revolutionary. Back in the 1990s almost 90 percent of the gross sales of recorded music worldwide came from music albums, singles and music videos owned or distributed by one of six multinational corporations such as Time Warner, Sony, Philips, Bertelsmann, Thorn-EMI and Matsushita.1 This time, however it is drastically changing. People start to refrain from going... Napster and the Music Industry What is Napster’s business model? The music industry has become a staple in business discussions and economics lectures thanks to the emergence of a software called Napster....
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The Retail Environment and the Supply Chain of Online and Offline Retailing of the Music Industry
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...Music Contents Introduction 3 Offline retail environment for Music 3 Retail Supply Chain 3 Product tracking to track and compare all the titles 3 Benchmark assortment against competition 3 Promotion Analysis 4 Alerts on critical products 4 The Shifting Music Supply Chain 4 Online Retail Supply Chain 6 Value Creation 7 Amit and Zott Value Creation Model 8 Efficiency 8 Complementarities 9 Lock-In 9 Novelty 10 Recommendations 11 Developing Technologies 11 Develop Strategic Alliances 12 Develop the Site 13 Conclusion 13 Reference List 14 Bibliography 16 Introduction The current project analyses the retail environment and the supply chain of online and offline retailing of the music industry... E-business...
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Changing Working Practices in the Music Industry
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...music industry trade body RIAA, the number of paid downloads from internet sites is on the rise, and the RIAA estimates that the global sales from paid downloads would cross a few billion dollars in the coming years. The online music industry is also slated to be worth almost $7 billion in 2011. The music industry at the outset was marked by a typical mechanization in the music production process. The workers in the music business were engaged in making songs which will have a commercial value. That’s the reason why the number of critics described music production with analogies like ‘Assembly Line’ and ‘Production Line’. The production of music was something very similar to the production...
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Recorded Music a Paradigm in Transition
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...music store have shown high signs of activity with more than one billion songs sold online. This is the predominant development in the sale and distribution of music which can be expected to change the market in significant terms (Hammond, 2006). Apple has also... Recorded Music: A Paradigm in Transition Introduction Music has been a part of human civilizationsince the earliest times of human existence. The evolution of music over the centuries has made it an almost integral part of human life to the extent that music stars become heroes of a country and are immortalized in memory, stamps, or statues and by their very own work. From the classical producers of music like Beethoven and Bach, the rock...
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Evaluation Of Effectiveness Of Combating Music Piracy
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...music piracy Music is creatively assembled by individuals or a group of individuals for the sole purpose of invoking rhythm. However, the music industry has changed drastically with the proliferation of the Internet and advancement of computer technology. Online piracy has become the biggest threat to the music industry as it has resulted in decline in music sales. Reduced music sales impact not just the industry but the country economy as well. It has also resulted in lower wages and job losses while impacting each of the numerous stakeholders in the industry. Several institutions and organizations have been formed and policies devised to combat music piracy... ?Evaluation of effectiveness of combating...
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Analysis of the UK Music Retail Industry
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...music everyday at home, at work and while enjoying their leisure in other places. The significance of music in a consumer lifestyle is emphasized by study results, which indicate that music access has been enhanced by new technology and other trends. Music retailers in the UK include Woolworths, Zavvi, HMV, EMI, Universal, Sony, and Warner (Key Note 2011, p1). Many of these retailers offer CDs, cassettes and vinyl. For a long time the “bricks and mortar” music retail shops dominated the UK market. However, there has been a sharp reduction in their market share over the past decade with online retailers like Amazon winning, from the brick and mortar shops, a recognizable... ? Analysis of the UK Music...
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Strategic plan for digital music organization EMI
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...music products and services. Since there are large number of potential suppliers in the industry, supplier price changes would not affect EMI’s business activities. Moreover, supplier switching cost is very low in the music entertainment industry. Threat of new entrants Threat of new entrants is very high in the industry, particularly because of the emergence of internet. As Bhattacharjee et al (2007) point out, internet enhanced the growth of online file sharing communities, and this situation has benefited users... . In addition, diversified product portfolio is the strength of EMI. Weaknesses Lack of advanced technological applications appears to be the EMI’s major weaknesses as this...
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Strategic Plan for Digital Music Organization EMI
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...music products and services. Since there are large number of potential suppliers in the industry, supplier price changes would not affect EMI’s business activities. Moreover, supplier switching cost is very low in the music entertainment industry. Threat of new entrants Threat of new entrants is very high in the industry, particularly because of the emergence of internet. As Bhattacharjee et al (2007) point out, internet enhanced the growth of online file sharing communities, and this situation has benefited users for obtaining millions of songs... ?Strategic plan for digital music organisation EMI Introduction Electrical and Musical Industries (EMI) Group or EMI Music or simply EMI is a UK based...
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Strategic Analysis of E-Sonic
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...online music store that could compete with other established players in the industry. Many Key executives who were a part of Sonic Records were moved to E-Sonic after the subsidiary was established. E-Sonic started with the core of mission or creating the leading online music store while ensuring that Sonic Records continues to be the market leader. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS Executive Summary E-Sonic’s primary objective as mentioned before was to churn out a leading online music portal. It’s success critierion was to be determined from the amount of market share It could extract... ? About E-Sonic: E-Sonic was created by Sonic Records as a subsidiary company. It’s core responsibility was to churn out an online...
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Music
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...Musical Communication, Oxford University Press. 7. MacDonald, Raymond A.R. et al (2002), Musical Identities, Oxford University Press. 8. Wingram, Tony et al (2002), A Comprehensive Guide to Music Therapy; theory, Clinical Practice, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London. ONLINE SOURCES 1. http://www.nas.org.uk/nas/jsp/polopoly.jspd=528&a=3348 2. http://pom.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/35/4/669.pdf 3.... 199579 Music is a human construct and varies according to the culture, region, language and mood. There cannot be any music without human initiative and involvement and it is universal. Music has existed even before the dawn of any...
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Music Industry and Digital Technology
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...online shopping totaled a massive 7.2 billion U.S. dollars, increasing by nearly three hundred percent in the course of a year (Muhammad 1999, 72). The music industry has reaped the benefits of its online presence along with the entire digital economy. In particular, the music industry has been diligently selling physical products over the Internet as well as music downloads. All industry sectors... This paper discusses the advent of the digital age with respect to the music industry. This particular industry has received the digital economy as a mixed blessing despite its tremendous potential for growth by wallowing in the digital culture. The paper explains why this is so, and proposes a...
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The Ongoing Evolution of Electronic Music and Its Impact on Music Culture and the Production and Performance of Music
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...music still better choice, and has added cheap manufacture expenses and permitted many more artists to contribute in its uprising. Thus, it can be concluded on a high note that electronic music has more to it than has been currently witnessed and experienced, hopefully it can be fully utilized by the modern day artists and musicians in the years to come. Reference List Adhianto, A (2011). Electronic Music Then, Now, and Later. Listen to the World. [Online] Available at [Accessed on]. Cope, D (2004). Virtual Music: Computer Synthesis of Musical Style. MIT Press, USA. Donington, R (1982)....
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Business Plan for a New Firm in the Music Industry
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...music industry posted radical changes in the overall industry value chain. It has streamlined the value chain by effectively lessening or fully eradicating some of the previously important players [2]. The most significant of these is the obvious displacement of traditional marketing channels by more technologically advanced ones. Brick and mortar distribution channels are now being complemented or fully replaced by online distribution systems [3]. These new trend necessitate the conceptualization and implementation of innovative business strategies... Business Plan for a New Firm in the Music Industry Introduction The proliferation of technological advances in the current world market had facilitated...
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Music
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...Music and Hip Hop Culture. E. Perkins, ed. Philadelphia: Temple University Press. George, N. 1998. Hip Hop America. New York: Viking Penguin. Suddreth, Courtney B. (2009). Hip-hop dress and identity: a qualitative study of music, materialism, and meaning. Suddreth, C. B., & NC Digital Online Collection of Knowledge and Scholarship (NCDOCKS). (2009). Hip-hop dress and identity: A qualitative study of music, materialism, and meaning. Greensboro, N.C: University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Light, A. (1999). The Vibe history of hip hop. New York: Three Rivers Press. Rajakumar, M. (2012). Hip hop dance. Santa Barbara,...
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Music retailers (you can change it depends on the essay)
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...music retailers went bankrupt one after another. Cases in point include the Towers, KPS, and Virgin. Whilst some of the aforementioned retailers were troubled by the market changes, the likes of Find-CD, which is an online music company, were flourishing (Traynor, 2013). According to findings of Traynor (2013) in his research, nearly 140 music retailers are prone to perilous economic period in the near future. A case in point is the HMV music retailer. HMV is credited for having been one of the longest serving players in the music industry with a history of music retailing of approximately 91 years. It deals with the sale of CDs/DVDs... UK MUSIC RETAILERS of Affiliation UK Music retailers Businesses...
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Negative affects of piracy on the music industry
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...online.4 Apparently, most users who download music from peer-to-peer platforms do so because it is convenient. For example, a respondent in a survey exploring people’s preference and perspectives stressed that he downloads music frequently because: the music/artist is obscured or hard to find; he wants to sample the music before buying a CD; and he only wants a specific song from an album. (Wicknick 2009) Another dimension in people’s lukewarm response to the criminalization of music piracy is that it supposedly encroaches the right of the people to access information, which for many is what the world wide web is all about. John Perry Barlow, an advocate against the music industry’s... Negative...
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Turkish Music
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...musical instruments that are designed and developed to suit the different genres. Some of these musical instruments include kanuns, darbukas, violin, trumpets and clarinets. Turkish music has received support from Turkish education system that allows music to be taught in schools. The music industry also supports Turkish music through television and radio stations, Music is significant in the lives of Turkish people because of the role it plays in celebrations and important Turkish festivals such as Newroz and Islamic Ramadhan (Turkish Cultural Foundation,...
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Music Contract Negotiations and Publishing
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...online users, using Adobe Acrobat or MIDI files. Other rights that they control include public performance whereby rights societies such as the ASCAP and BMI collect their royalties for live performance locations such as hotels or nightclubs on behalf of the publishers. They also control the mechanical and synchronisation rights (Gammons 2011, pp. 189-191). Music Publishing History and Changes The music industry and publishing has undergone a myriad of transformation from the 1950s to the modern days of technological advancement. There are numerous changes in technology that have changed ways in which music publishers and...
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Rise And Fall Of Traditional Forms Of Music Retail
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...online. The former shows slow, but persistent, decline: the revenue from downloads dropped by more than two percent in 2013.8 At the same time, the paid-for streaming of digital tracks online is becoming more popular among consumers day by day, although the pace of its growth is not faster than the decline in download sales. One of the reasons why many people gave up on shopping digital downloads at iTunes Store might be the incompatibility of the iTunes platform with FLAC, a high-definition audio format that can compress audio files with no loss in quality. The thing is a consumer has to install a special FLAC application to be able to listen to music in FLAC format via Apple gadgets... number 28...
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Critically asses the ways digital technologies have impacted on contemporary patterns of music consumption
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...music consumers to educate themselves on new releases and artists (Halsey and Wooley 2009). The rapid growth in the digital music market has received a major boost from the ever increasing popularity of various online music download stores such as various streaming services and iTunes. Modern music consumers are spoilt for options in the possible methods that are at their disposal through which they can be able to acquire new music. These sources range from a wide variety of several non-paid and paid legitimate sources to some other unlawful channels. The impact of the use of digital technology in music... A Critically Assessment of the ways Digital Technologies have Impacted on Contemporary Patterns of...
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How will Spotify change the traditional music industry
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...MUSIC INDUSTRY? by Presented to Corporate Environment and State) (Date) One of newest ways of enjoying music in these days is through online streaming. Through online streaming, consumers actually listen and enjoy music through various music titles streamed in the internet; in this case, it is essential than consumers must have a high speed internet connection, for the, to be able to listen top streamed music uninterrupted. And, the good thing about listening to streamed music is that it is actually free, as opposed listening music from CDs or downloading from the internet, where consumers must either purchase those CDs or pay for downloading them. Given... HOW WILL SPOTIFY CHANGE THE TRADITIONAL MUSIC ...
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How the Impact of the Internet has Affected the Music Industry
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...Music Industry Business Report Prepared by: Number: August 29, Institution: Section: 6.2.1 Contents How the Impact of the Internet has Affected the Music Industry Introduction 2 Review of Secondary Research 3 First signs of the impact 3 Peer-to-peer networks 3 The business impact on sales and revenue 4 (amounts in USD) 7 (A) 7 Worldwide Music Industry Revenues 7 (B) 7 Worldwide Recorded Music Revenues 7 (C) 7 Worldwide Digital Music Revenues 7 (D) 7 Worldwide Recording Industry Revenues from Online 7 (E) 7 Worldwide Recording Industry Revenues from Physical 7 Structural impact on the music industry 9 Positive impacts 11... , and the iPod, 2000-2005 (projected to...
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