March 27th, 2013 by Stuart Dredge

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Do we need a 'roaming network for subscription music services'? Union Square Ventures VC Fred Wilson thinks so, and has explained why in a blog post today, comparing siloed streaming music services to...

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December 4th, 2012 by Music Ally

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Venture capitalist Fred Wilson has put his finger on the way valuations of well-funded technology startups' are often used as a stick to beat the companies.

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November 26th, 2012 by Music Ally

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An interesting debate broke out online this weekend over what kind of startups venture capital firms are most interested in investing in.

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November 16th, 2012 by Music Ally

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Union Square Ventures partner Fred Wilson has invested in the likes of Twitter, Foursquare and Tumblr, as well as music startups SoundCloud and Turntable.fm.

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May 24th, 2012 by Stuart Dredge

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Union Square Ventures partner Fred Wilson is an investor in SoundCloud and Turntable.fm, and also a longstanding provider of constructive criticism to the entertainment industries. Here’s his latest...

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February 16th, 2012 by Music Ally

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Union Square Ventures' Fred Wilson was one of the prominent critics of the SOPA and PIPA legislation in the US, arguing that it could have hugely harmful effects for the kind of tech startups his company...

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February 2nd, 2012 by Music Ally

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Union Square Ventures partner Fred Wilson has been blogging again, this time with his views on 'dispersion and entropy in social media'.

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December 6th, 2011 by Music Ally

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Union Square Ventures VC Fred Wilson's blog posts are always worth a read, and his latest is no exception. Titled 'Cheap Will Be Smart. Expensive Will Be Dumb.'

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October 31st, 2011 by Music Ally

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The reworked PROTECT-IP legislation in the US continues to arouse strong opposition from the technology industry, angry at its implications for the existing DMCA safe harbours.

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