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Did Google Flacks Use A Journalist's Glass to Try Censoring the News?

Matt Labash is one of the great journalists writing today.  His extraordinarily insightful piece, Through A Google Glass, Darkly is yet another example of why the guy should write a longread.  685 more words

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Meet The New Boss, Worse Than The Old Boss? - 2 Years Later

It’s been exactly two years since I caused a furor by posting “Meet The New Boss, Worse Than The Old Boss?”  I think it’s worth reading if you have never read it.   11,582 more words

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YouTube Still Serving Ads on Hate Rock Videos.

In the wake of the Jewish Community center shootings Sunday we would just like to remind everyone that YouTube/Google is still serving ads on hate rock and neo nazi videos.   68 more words

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Susan Wojcicki's YouTube targets teens and pre-teens--and it's a total #FAIL

According to The Information:

YouTube is reaching out to video producers to gauge their interest in producing child-oriented content. The product isn’t close to being launched, though, and many aspects of the strategy remain in flux.

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YouTube's Monopoly Effects and Keeping an Eye on Those Songwriters

In case you didn’t believe there was a reason why YouTube executives were booed at this year’s MIDEM global music industry trade conference, you may find this reporting from the Music Tank meeting in London this week as reported by… 1,450 more words

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And there's even more to read here: http://www.completemusicupdate.com/article/beggars-reviewing-5050-streaming-split-with-artists/


My friend Adam Dorn, better known as Mocean Worker, is a brilliant music artist. His songs received 1,200,000 plays in the year 2013 on the Pandora online, commercial, for profit, radio station.

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Why Can't Songwriters Audit? A Brief Guide to Statutory Audits Under the U.S. Copyright Act


Whoever you are…I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.

From A Streetcar Named Desire, by Tennessee Williams

Songwriters earn a sizable percentage of their ever decreasing income from mechanical royalties. 

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Essential reading for all songwriters and musicians.