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Daily Music Wrap: Sept 27 ’04

Daily digital music related stories, in a convenient wrap-up.

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Bertelsmann’s Latest Tune: (sub. req.): CEO Gunter Thielen Defends Action Against Music Pirates, Taking More of Artists’ Profits

Antipiracy Bill Divides Studios and Tech Companies: The age-old divide over Induce Act…

Conservative group savages anti-P2P bill: The American Conservative Union takes a humorous jab at the Induce Act

Just who are the bad guys?: The music industry in the UK is flexing its muscles and threatening court action over illegal downloads

3 Myths About the Recording Industry Debunked: Good one…

PSP to support MP3: PSP will also support MP3 formatted tracks alongside Sony’s properitory format ATRAC.

Green Day offer own-brand CD-Rs: The five collectible CD-Rs are intended to be used to store Green Day music…

The digital threat to jazz: No context with song downloads threatens jazz, this interesting story says…

Music service Napster appoints Odd for marketing drive: It has appointed the creative agency Odd to head up its UK marketing strategy