Check Out The Awesome Artist Kylie Edmond At The Crosby Street Hotel Theatre on 7/9/11 Date: 7/9/11 Time: 8:00 PM Location: The Crosby Street Hotel Theatre (79 Crosby St, New York, NY) Cost: $45 Assigned seating $75 Rows 2&3 $225 A special Champagne meet & greet that includes seating in rows 1 or 2 - … Continue reading MBN Member Show: Check Out Kylie Edmond At The Crosby Street Hotel Theatre on 7/9/11
The main questions this article addresses are below: Do entertainment producers (especially record companies) have either a legal or an ethical obligation to control the violent, hateful or sexual content of their products, or is there something to be said for the concept of "giving the public what it wants?" What should the music industry's response be to criticism that tragedies such as the Columbine High School shootings and other grotesque acts of sociopaths are sometimes instigated, or perhaps just made more likely, by the lyrics of so-called Goth, Neo-Nazi and even Rap bands?
Price Discrimination In The Music Industry A clear example of price discrimination in the entertainment industry is iTunes’ tiered pricing. Since the launch of iTunes in 2003 all downloads were priced at 99 cents. The tracks purchased were all DRM protected. In early 2009, Apple introduced a 3-tiered pricing system. Although the majority of the … Continue reading Price Discrimination & Vertical Integration in the Entertainment Industry
Andrew Zolli starts the article out by talking about how information wants to be free and that companies that released their content for free (in the early days of the internet) pretty much cannibalized their own sales and trained people to not pay for their content. According to Digital Media Wire Daily, Zolli’s statement is … Continue reading Information Wants To Be Free- Based on Andrew Zolli’s Newsweek Article “The Future Won’t Be Free”