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trippster 22 Sep 2003 14:32

We've just revitalised our FREE Music Business Daily News Feed which has given thousands of Australian and NZ (and overseas subscribers) music professionals a great resource for catching the daily headlines to go to global news stories on vital issues, critical analysis or just plain fun Music Business News.

You can check it out and decide whether to subscribe for free to receive a short email by noon with just the headlines and the media sources (see today's below) of about 5-8 crucial stories from music media and newspapers around the world. If a story's headline catches your eye, the entire story is just a click away at our free Daily News Feed website at http://www.themusic.com.au/daily_news/.

Here's today's headlines as an example (last week's are at the end of this e):

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Sales of 10 Pirate CDs Led to Costs of $54,000
From Sydney Morning Herald

Has the Record Industry Lost the Plot?
from Crikey.com

Jacobsen's Short Way To The Bottom
From Australian Financial Review

Court Drama Tries to Sort Fact From Fiction--Holly Valance Case
From Sydney Morning Herald

Owners Decide To cash In on 'Gangbusters' JB Hi Fi by Listing Stock
from The Age

Turn On Tune In Download... What Youth Really Want From Music
From New York Times

Louder, Artier, Scruffier--the 2003 NZ bNet Music Awards
From Stuff.co.nz

How to Spot the Next Big Thing--How Australian A&R Scouts Work
From Sydney Morning Herald

GO TO http://www.themusic.com.au/daily_news/ to view the stories FREE!

or send a blank email to mailto:daily-news-on@immedia.com.au to start a free sub
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It's an extension of our weekly online music industry magazine In Music & Media which we have offered free to thousands of subscribers for over seven years at TheMusic.com.au with the URL http://www.themusic.com.au. There you will fine weekly Australian music business news by Christie Eliezer (usually ten times the amount he produces for his street press columns in Drum, Beat, dB and others), charts, Top 20 music sites visited this week, and more. There's also fortnightly columns of opinions--like Phil Tripp's critical Loose Cannon, a guest editorial from leading minds of the industry, Tips & Techniques and even letters to the editor on issues discussed.

You can sign up for a weekly email alert sent on publication of the Weekly News each Tuesday afternoon at 5pm by going to http://www.themusic.com.au

or send a blank email to mailto:weekly-imm-on@immedia.com.au to start a free sub

We hope you'll join the several thousand of your music business associates who already receive the daily or weekly news feed emails. And if you are already a subscriber, feel free to pass this email on to your friends.

Cheers


Phil Tripp--Publisher of TheMusic.com.au--Australia's Music Business Portal
& the AustralAsian Music Industry Directory http://www.immedia.com.au/amid


Here's last week's collection of headlines which you can access (our archive goes back 5 months).

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 19
SShhhhhh! They're Coming! (RIAA COPYRIGHT COPS IN ACTION!!!!) From Musicplayer
Paying For Music On Demand--Ecast the new Jukebox From Los Angeles Times
I Was Tired of Club Gigs--Holly Valance Counters Her Manager From Herald Sun
Music Industry Has a Lot Riding on Final Stretch 4th QTR Sales From USA Today
Woman, 70, Suing Eminem and Dre for 'Millions' From Ananova.com


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18
Revenge of the Copyright Cops (Cartoon) From New York Times
Hit & Miss Says Holly's Manager From Herald Sun
Samsung & Napster Teaming Up From CNN
ASCAP Venture Launches Media Tracking Service From Reuters
When King Ruled The Planet From The Age

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17
Searching for Music? Use Usenet to Avoid Getting Caught From Miami Herald
High-Tech Heroin--Guest Editorial From themusic.com.au
The Artists: It's the Music Stupid--The Industry Has a Bigger Problem Than File Sharing
From Newsweek/MSNBC
Why All Music Should Be Online From Singapore Straits Times
Holly's Manager Tells of Ruined Plans From Herald Sun

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 16
Tom Misner's Amazing Recollections--"The Book" Reverberates Across The World   
From Juliusmedia
Editorial--Suing Music Downloaders (September 12) From New York Times
Music Pirates or Music Rebels--Five Letters to the Editor From New York Times
Recording Industry's Missteps--Comparing DVD to CD as Value From Denver Post
EMI In The Wings--AOL-TW To Reduce Media Giant's Exposure to Decimated Music Biz From NY Post
Fallen Idol--Australian Idol Coach a Kiwi Star From Stuff
"I Made Holly Valance A Star, But I Lost A Fortune" Ex Manager's Trial From Daily Telegraph
Wakefield to Quit Australian Idol--Record Contract Conflict with BMG From Sydney Confidential

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 15
Radio National Interview With Stephen Peach (ARIA), David Williams (Shock) & Phil Tripp (IMMEDIA!)    
From ABC.net.au (Requires Real Audio Player)
Last Blast for the Music Moguls From Sydney Morning Herald
Music Industry Fatheads Need To Change Their Tune From Sydney Morning Herald
Rude Awakening for File Sharers From Wired
Out of Tune--Picking on Little Kids & Old Ladies? From MSNBC

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