Video: Ted Cohen on Music Panel at 140 Characters Conference

Click below to see video of the music panel featuring Ted Cohen at the June 16, 2009 “140 Characters” conference about all things Twitter.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, June 16, 2009 .

USA Today: Amazon takes on Apple with copyprotection- free music

The music industry is finally comfortable selling digital music without copy protection, but the huge shift hasn’t resulted in dramatically higher sales. Instead, it produced something that major music labels have long sought: a strong No. 2 competitor to Apple.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, March 25, 2008 .

LA Times: Apple may offer music subscription service

Consumers might have the option to pay a higher price for iPods and iPhones in the future and get unlimited access to a music library, according to record industry executives who say they have had preliminary conversations with Apple Inc., the manufacturer of those devices.


Posted by Ted • Thursday, March 20, 2008 .

Washington Post: Just Days After Scandal, The Promise Of an Audience

By David Segal Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, March 14, 2008; C01 Hooking for the Emperors Club and emerging as the Earth’s best-known call girl is surely not the career plan Ashley Alexandra Dupre had in mind when she moved to New York to make it as a singer. But now that she’s achieved fame […]


Posted by Ted • Friday, March 14, 2008 .

AP: On their own

Some big acts like Madonna, Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails are saying goodbye to record labels.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, October 16, 2007 . Radiohead album a wake up, experts say

The release of popular rock group Radiohead’s new album this week is the latest wake-up call for a music industry still struggling to deal with the advent of digital music, experts say.


Posted by Ted • Monday, October 8, 2007 .