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Weekend Journal (Music: College Students) #727675

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 03, 2003
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) The music industry's crackdown on "file sharing" on college campuses featured; details given of the RIAA's lawsuit against four college students. [Wesleyan University student Brendan Dolan GAVITT‡- says he is not stealing music, but feels threatened with financial ruin.] [Recording Industry Assn. of America Cary SHERMAN†- says the purpose of the litigation was deterrence.] Declining CD sales statistics cited. [Technology writer John QUAIN†- lists other reasons for the drop in CD sales.] Apple computers' launching of its iTunes Music Store, a download service offering songs for fees, noted.

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Mitchell, Russ
Duration:
00:02:40

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