Major's newest revenue stream- lawsuits

by Jason Gross

24 January 2007

 

If you think that headline’s a little over the top, peep these articles and then tell me that the RIAA and its major label backers aren’t looking to the courtrooms for some quick money as their sales revenues are drying up.  As has been pointed out many times (but still not often enough), they need to spend more on tech innovation and less on litigation if they wanna stick around.

- Music industry threatens ISPs over piracy

- Universal, MySpace set for landmark battle

- Squeezing Money From the Music

- Music downloads in downward trend


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