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References & Links

To gather information for this website, we used a variety of sources, such as books, website, and writing emails to major firms and organizations in this industry. Below is a list of books and websites where we found most of our information from:

Books:

  1. Fink, Michael. Inside the Music Industry, 2nd edition. New York: Schirmer Books, 1996.
  2. Hull, Geoffrey P. The Recording Industry. Needham Heights, Massachusetts: Allyn & Bacon, 1998.
  3. Martland, Peter. Since Records Began: EMI The first 100 years, Portland Oregon: Amadeus Press, 1997.
  4. Krasnoff, Barbara, "Rather than stamp out MP3, music companies aim to develop a variety of secure audio formats to save the day," in Computer Shopper; Davis Publishing Company, August 1999, p287.
  5. Online Service Information, "Analyst speak; The music industry seems only to see the dangers of online music distribution, not its opportunities, says Sorcha Ni hEilidhe," in New Media Age; Centaur. Publishing Ltd., February 10, 2000, p41.
  6. Deutsche Bank, "EMI Group; Warner EMI Music: And the Beat Goes Onů," UK Publishing Group, January 1, 2000.
  7. Merrill Lynch, "Executive Summary," in The Media Handbook, January 2000.
  8. Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, "Internet: How Big a Threat?," December 2, 1999.

Websites:

  • IFPI
  • RIAA
  • Sanyo-Verbatim
  • Universal Music Group
  • www.inside.Webnoize.com
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    Last Update: April 5, 2000