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  • 1. Sadie Olen
    Shifts in the Music Industry: The Digital Revolution
  • 2. The Technological Age
    As we shift to the digital age, the need for tangible items decreases more and more…
    Music CD’s to iTunes playlists
    Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/novemberborn/242484855/
    Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/angela_kopp/3975482812/
  • 3. The digitization allows for artists to create their own music
    Image source: Greenshot of jamstudio.com
  • 4. …and distribute it
    Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wynnie/2391750460/
    Image source: Greenshot of moonfruit.com
  • 5. Rendering the music industry useless
    Smaller artists “get lost in the constant shuffle of the label’s priorities and campaigns”, so why not use these internet resources?
    (Burr, R. (2006). Independent Spirit. Billboard, 118(25), 34. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.)
    Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystaljingsr/3915514014/
  • 6. Because they provide financial assistance….
    Creator: Sadie Olen using lovelycharts.com
  • 7. With these programs, however, large investments aren’t even necessary..
    Creator: Sadie Olen with the use of lovelycharts.com
    Which is significantly more beneficial for the artist
  • 8. “there are more opportunities now than there ever have been before for small record labels”
    Snavely, B. (2004). Lower costs give smaller labels a chance. Crain’s Detroit Business, 20(23),
    60. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
  • 9. the music industry needs to “invest in digital distribution services alliances to maintain control over distribution in the new digital music industry”
    (Bockstedt, J., Kauffman, R. J., Riggins, F. (2006). The move to artist-led on-line music
    distribution: A theory-based assessment and prospects for structural changes in the digital
    music market. International Journal of Electronic Commerce,10(3), 7-38. Retrieved from
    EBSCOhost. )
    Otherwise…
  • 10. The music industry is in big trouble
    Image source : http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l121/momacie/gravestone.jpg
  • 11. Image and quote sources
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/angela_kopp/3975482812/
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/novemberborn/242484855/
    Greenshot of jamstudio.com
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wynnie/2391750460/
    Greenshot of moonfruit.com
    (Burr, R. (2006). Independent Spirit. Billboard, 118(25), 34. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.)
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/crystaljingsr/3915514014
    Olen, Sadie. lovelycharts.com
    Olen, Sadie. lovelycharts.com
    Snavely, B. (2004). Lower costs give smaller labels a chance. Crain’s Detroit Business, 20(23),
    60. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.
    Bockstedt, J., Kauffman, R. J., Riggins, F. (2006). The move to artist-led on-line music
    distribution: A theory-based assessment and prospects for structural changes in the digital
    music market. International Journal of Electronic Commerce,10(3), 7-38. Retrieved from
    EBSCOhost.
    http://i95.photobucket.com/albums/l121/momacie/gravestone.jpg