Did you see how Amazon sold Lady Gaga’s new album Born This Way for only 99 cents and angered consumers when their servers melted down from high demand?
Did you also see how Apple’s iTunes store sold record numbers of “Born This Way” at the very same time for full price?
What’s going on here?
1. Music is morphing to a new role – and if you’re a radio station, label or even a musician, here’s what’s going to change in the next 12 months.
2. What do consumers want most – to buy or rent music? Do you know? Here’s the answer. A lot is at stake.
3. The dangerous direction of music radio stations that will soon be in direct opposition to the changing consumer and business market. Know this now before it is too late.
4. Why the album will die in the next 12 months – gone forever.
5. The changing role of the iTunes store – 200 million consumers who have given their credit card info to Apple.
6. What Wal-Mart and Live Nation have in common – and how they are killing the record business. That’s right killing it.
Plus … How the record labels are killing a viable radio format by starving it to death. Do you know which format the labels have done in?
Within a year, the music industry and those who feed off of it will change forever.
Here’s the latest intelligence.
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