Disney Sells Films Through iTunes Store: Financial News – Yahoo! Finance
“Clearly customers are saying to us they want content in multiple ways,” Iger said.
That’s a start. Still too “content”-based, and used to talk about yet another DRM system, but it’s clearly more “cluefull” than what the RIAA has been saying.
That may be because Disney understands that
selling shows online has not cannibalized sales of DVDs, nor has it hurt traditional TV viewing.
And it does seem like Apple’s iTunes/iPod/FairPlay strategy is working.
Speaking of clues, Edgar Bronfman and his ilk still ain’t got none.
LimeWire in court: one thing leads to another
Nice Ars Technica intro:
Observe the indigenous RIAA in its native environment. Fresh off a kill, its thoughts to turn immediately to its next meal… thus the woolly tusked RIAA embodies the cycle of life.
Whiney EFF and RIAA knocked by digital license go ahead | The Register :
Under a blanket (or ‘compulsory’ license) for consumer downloads, record labels fear they would lose control of their hard-fought grip on physical distribution channels, and lose control over pricing. In fact, they’d simply have to work harder to gain a bigger share of the pie, and innovate to find new outlets for their copyrighted material.
A bit old by now but this one speaks for itself. Michael Geist always has interesting things to say about these.
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