How Do You Hear About New Music?

Guests:

Jim Webb
* Started a CD mix club in Washington D.C.

Mark Jenkins
* Music Writer, Washington City Paper
* Music Critic, NPR and The Washington Post

Vin Scelsa
* DJ, Idiot's Delight on WFUV-FM, New York City (free-form radio show)

Matt Bailey
* Senior Analyst, Webnoize (Internet research company)

It used to be the only way to hear new music was to listen to the radio or buy an album at your local record store. Times have changed. Now, new music can be purchased on-line from virtural record stores, downloaded to your computer's hard drive, or heard on the thousands of on-line radio stations. Guest host Steve Inskeep talks with music experts and critics about the differnet ways and places people find their music today.

Additional Sources Mentioned During the Show:
www.webnoize.com: an internet research company
www.poptones.com: an on-line music store
www.wxdu.duke.edu: Duke University radio station
www.wireonfire.com: on-line music source
www.liveoakmusic.org: Live Oak Music Festival
www.wxpn.org: to access DJ David Dye's World Cafi
www.wncw.org: a North Carolina radio station
www.mp3.com: an on-line source for music
www.launch.com: to create your own music home page
www.websterrecords.com: Webster Records

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