A review of the 2000 Academy of Country Music Awards - televised CBS in the U.S - live from Universal Studios, Los Angeles. I was invited recently by my cousin who works in TV Advertising sales, to
attend with her the taping of the live broadcast of the Academy of Country
Music Awards in Los Angeles. This was broadcast on CBS in America, who is
one of my cousin's clients.
"The industry's Hollywood-esque, old, out-of-date, sleazy, inefficient, business model, the music recording industry, is about to be blown up. Major record companies have been ripping off artists for years. ..." In September 2000, at the height of the Internet company stock crash, and the huge court case on Napster, gilli moon wrote an article calling on the music industry to consider a new way of protecting artists' rights and paying for music: music subscription. Subscription has now become the norm for online music delivery, but gilli moon was there, writing about it, before it had even begun.
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