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Would You Like Some New Music with Your Latte?

Would You Like Some New Music with Your Latte?

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Starbucks' new record label has released Paul McCartney's album as its first CD. McCartney's CD is being sold in more than 10,000 Starbucks stores in 29 countries. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Today, music distribution venues include the Internet, television ads, video games, and even Starbucks. Guests discuss how musicians are marketing their music, and where consumers are discovering new tunes.

Cora Daniels, author, Fast Company magazine series "The New Music Moguls"; author, Ghettonation: A Journey Into the Land of Bling and Home of the Shameless

Steve Schnur, worldwide executive of music and marketing, Electronic Arts video games

Jonny Dubowsky, lead singer, Jonny Lives!; founder, Rock 'n Renew

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'The New Music Moguls'

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