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Business / Digital Music Sales #772725

FNC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 28, 2004
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(Studio: Laurie Dhue) Report introduced.

(New York City: Rebecca Gomez) The big business of digital music sales examined; details given about the success of Internet sites including Apple and Wal-Mart that sell legal music downloads and Starbucks’ decision to sell digital music in its stores that can be directly downloaded to a portable player. [WOMAN – comments.] [“Time” magazine senior editor Christopher John FARLEY†- says the recording industry needs to normalize music downloading.] [Recording Industry of America’s Mitch BAINWOL†- says the industry’s revival is based on digital music.] [Starbucks Vice President of Music Don MacKINNON†, Apple Senior Vice President of Marketing Phil SCHILLER†- describe the sale of digital music.]

Dhue, Laurie;
Gomez, Rebecca

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