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Peter Jenner : Big labels are f*cked, and DRM is dead

found in slashdot : http://yro.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/11/05/0846213
Music Labels Screwed, DRM Is Dead

An anonymous reader writes "Peter Jenner, former manager of bands like Pink Floyd, T.Rex and the Clash, states in an interview with the Register that music label executives have lost faith in DRM and dollar-per-track online music selling isn't working too well as a model. He predicts that in two to three years time, many countries will have moved to a blanket licensing regime." The article goes on at some length, talking about the value of digital music, patterns in the music industry, and some business at the end about 'the tyranny of the playlist' that I'm not hep enough to follow. I'm not sure this rant has any connection whatsoever with reality, but it is something to think about.

Jenner's interview here : http://www.theregister.co.uk/2006/11/03/peter_jenner/
register's title runs : Big labels are f*cked, and DRM is dead
Peter Jenner _ Clash, Pink Floyd manager lifts the lid !!!

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  • this was published last march, yet quite interesting, analysing several aspects, whith several examples & stories, of Why DRM is big mistake, by university professor and security expert Scott Granneman

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