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09/15/2003 11:40 AM ID: 32892 Permalink   

File Sharing Killing the Recording Industry - Or Is It?

 

Janis Ian has written a very interesting article discounting the music industry's claims that free file sharing is destroying their business.

Ian, a recording artist as well as a journalist, recounts her own positive experiences with sharing her own music, as well as those of other artists such as writer Mercedes Lackey. Sharing brought increased profits to both artists.

Ian also gives a glimpse into the unfairness of the recording industry's practices. A very interesting read.

 
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