Category Business models
Cloud sync of music across a user’s devices requires a license from record companies… or does it?
Is HarperCollins heralding the slow, painful death of library e-book lending?
Apple offers a paid-subscription model for content services that seems like a reluctant gesture, while Google takes the opportunity to offer more flexibility for less revenue share.
Is the new MuveMusic service from Cricket Wireless a “game changer for everyone”? Hardly.
How to lower transaction costs for back-catalog content? Get paid to give it away.
What are the music industry’s barriers to accepting “free” business models for online music?
Dollar-a-show TV is not the future of television, not even if Apple thinks it is.
Will people pay for access to music without paying for the music itself? Thanks to Catch Media and Carphone Warehouse, we’ll find out.
T-shirts will not save musicians.
I will be leading an interactive workshop on Content Monetization on May 19, 2010, at the Manhattan Theatre Source in New York City’s Greenwich Village, at 1pm. Registration is free. The workshop will feature a presentation on Content Monetization, based on my new whitepaper, a moderated discussion on attendees’ requirements and possibilities for monetizing content, and […]