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Music's Future, Online and Digital

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Music's Future, Online and Digital

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Music's Future, Online and Digital

Music's Future, Online and Digital

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iTunes offers even the most obscure songs. Podcasting can turn anyone into a DJ. And mash-ups allow do-it-yourself record producers to rewrite musical history. We explore the future of music.

Guests:

Chris Anderson, editor-in-chief, Wired magazine

Matthew Perpetua, mp3 blogger; editor and curator, fluxblog.org

Tim Quirk, general manager, Real Network's Rhapsody

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