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Re: (TV) This may be 'old news'?: MP3 ruling hurts both music fans and art ists
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- Date: Mon, 10 Feb 2003 19:18:44 +0000
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"Casey, Leo J" <CaseyL@VOLPE.DOT.GOV> writes
"Thousands of people have downloaded my music since then -- and they're
not trying to steal. They're just looking for music they can no longer
find on the tight playlists of their local radio stations.
That's how many artists gain new listeners these days -- through the
After I first posted downloadable music, my merchandise sales went up
300 percent. They're still double what they were before the MP3s went
- good points, eh?
"The Wonder - Tom Verlaine, Television & Stuff"
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