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Music Ally Report 326 – Law of Averages

In our cover feature, we speak to leading entertainment lawyers from the UK, US and Asia about the issues that give them sleepless nights, the things that test their patience and how they are trying to build a future for...
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Music Ally Report 324 – Earnings Call

Our cover feature looks at new studies that consider the impact of streaming on piracy and also the price that consumers would pay for such a legal offering.
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Music Ally Report 306: The comeback kid

Our lead feature peeks behind the curtain of the new-look Myspace and tests out its shiny new features and layout. In 2005, it was the hottest service in the world but its time under the control of News Corp. saw it slip...
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Music Ally Report 305: Friend or Foe?

Our lead feature picks apart Google's music ambitions in Europe with Play. It has its deals with labels and publishers in place, but it is still displeasing the industry for not doing enough to stem piracy and push legal...
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Music Ally Report: Full stream ahead

The cover feature this issue is a special roundtable discussion where music managers pick apart streaming services. We have heard plenty about why streaming is the future for labels, but are artists in agreement? Can access-based...
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Positive reviews for iPhone 3G S as 3.0 software goes live

It was a big day for Apple yesterday: not only did it release its iPhone 3.0 software, but first reviews were published of its iPhone 3G S handset, which goes on sale this Friday.
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Japanese authorities crack down on One Touch bulletin board

In yesterday's Music Ally Report, our Japan market profile reported that online piracy is becoming more of an issue there.
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Mexico big for mobile music

We covered Mexico recently in the Music Ally Report, but the New York Times had an interesting piece on Friday looking at mobile music there too.
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Depeche Mode album leaks ahead of iTunes Pass debut

As we explained in a recent Music Ally Report feature, almost no big albums reach their official release date without being leaked online, nowadays.
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PRS for Music hits back at Google over YouTube video takedowns

Negotiations between Google and PRS for Music over music video licensing rates may be ongoing, but the war of words continues.
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After YouTube/PRS fallout, what now for the JOL?

With much attention focused on the spat between YouTube and PRS for Music in the UK, PaidContent takes a look at what will happen this June when the Joint Online License (JOL) framework expires at the end of June.
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Imeem talks Android, iPhone and location-based music

As part of the feature in this week's Music Ally Report on location-based mobile services, we posed some questions to Imeem's CMO and head of business development Steve Jang.