Recording Industry

Recording Industry - The Recording I ndustr y Cylinders Wax...

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Unformatted text preview: The Recording I ndustr y Cylinders Wax discs Shellac Vinyl 78s 45s and 33LPs Audio Format Battles Wax discs Shellac Vinyl CDs Portable Audio Format Battles 8-tracks 8 mm audiocassettes CDs MP3s Radio and the Recording I ndustry Music played without the recording industry receiving benefits American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) established in 1914 BMI formed in 1940 Hate relationship turned to love when television forced a marriage between radio and recording industry First true convergence of media Music and the Digital Age Development as a part of video compression standards MP3 shrinks audio files in such a way that sound quality is preserved, but the file size is significantly smaller than it would be as a regular CD song file. From www.mp3.com Record Sales 1993 2003 15-29 45% 32.3% 30-44 31.5% 31.3% 45 + 14.1% 26.6% Source: Recording Industry of America (RIAA) Why the Decline in Sales?...
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