Music Labels Screwed, DRM Is Dead

Peter Jenner, former manager of bands like Pink Floyd, T Rex and The Clash, states in an interview with the Register that music label executives have lost faith in DRM and dollar-per-track online music selling isn’t working too well as a model. He predicts that in two to three years time, many countries will have moved to a blanket licensing regime — via Slashdot

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  1. mahasv

    7 November 2006 at 12.03 am

    Wolf, music labels has to be even more screwed about cent-per-song downloads available from Russia. Have you ever heard about sites like allofmp3.com or http://www.mp3ninja.com. Its a big money involved in exploitation of Western pop-stars in Russia through such sites.

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