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5 Most Pivotal Moments for Digital Music in 2012 (Read Write Play)

5 Most Pivotal Moments for Digital Music in 2012 (Read Write Play)

The 5 Most Pivotal Moments For Digital Music In 2012

By John Paul Titlow
December 31, 2012
Read Write Play

2012 was a big year for music. No, I’m not talking about Adele, Call Me Maybe or the Tupac hologram. The big news this year were the shifts at the intersection of music and technology that occurred as the industry continued to figure out its digital future.

Indeed, the biggest moments in music tech this year all had to do with piracy or the tricky evolution of a business model to replace the one that started dying a decade ago.

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