The music industry is at a turning point, with artists demanding more money and power. The problem? There are so many ways to accomplish these goals, to the point where no one quite knows which form it will take. This leaves us with questions about the future of the industry. How will we purchase, listen to, and support music made by artists? How do we give them the power they demand, while ensuring that consumers are also getting what they want? At TNW Conference this week, our Music Summit track will highlight some emerging trends in the industry. Our lineup… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Medium
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