Saturday, February 26, 2005

Just let me say one thing here...

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Could this be the end of radio? I shiver [with glee] to think of the posibilities...

Odeo is the second thing I want to say.
There was a running joke in the early days of internet accessible music which was,'How do you make record execs nervous? Say Mp3 to them.' The industry has been turned on it's ear since those days and the smug 'business as usual' boat started picking up water. This could sink the industry as we know it if radio sleeps on this one. I could only hope...

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