The Fat Lady Still Sings: Bringing Music into the Digital Age

  • Lydia Loizides
Part of the The Economics of Information, Communication and Entertainment book series (ECOINFORM)


Beginning in 2000, at the nexus of broadband penetration crossing the 15% mark in the US, declines in retail and economic recessions in the 4 of the five markets that comprise 80% of the world’s music revenues, and the discovery of P2P software by the “average” Internet user resulted in the devastation of the music industry.


Interactive Television Music Video Music Industry Lead User Music Group 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lydia Loizides
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  1. 1.New YorkUSA

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