How 'Big Music' Is Hurting the Industry

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Author Ron Knox breaks down the history behind the music economy and its impacts, as well as possible solutions.


 
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If you want to understand the impact of major labels on the music industry, look no further than a recent article in Wired titled, “Big Music Needs to Be Broken Up to Save the Industry.” It covers how corporate power has taken over streaming, recording, ticketing, and music venues.

Author Ron Knox breaks down the history behind the music economy and its impacts, as well as possible solutions.

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