Las disqueras ven la luz
08.01.2008 @ 09:59 \09\Tue, 08 Jan 2008 09:59:14 +0000\14 +0000 UTC
Les tomó unos 7 anios pero al fin las disqueras se dieron cuenta de que el futuro (o presente) es vender música en formato digital y distribuirla en línea.
When you’re not inclined to give your product away for free, make your customers believe they’re getting something for nothing.
That’s the thinking behind some of the offerings music fans may see this year as the recording industry scrambles to offset losses from plunging CD sales and find new sources of revenue when many consumers simply download music for free.
Among the business models music fans are likely to see more of: music subscriptions bundled with the price of Internet access, and services like Nokia Corp.’s upcoming Comes With Music, which would give users of select mobile phones a year’s worth of unlimited access to music, for no extra charge.
Music companies also are expected to license songs for more ad-supported Web sites like imeem, which lets visitors watch videos or listen to full-length tracks posted by other music fans for free.
Además las disqueras están pensando seriamente en remover el DRM
La nota completa en alambrado