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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The New Payola: Deals Landlords Cut with Internet Providers - Backchannel - 1 views

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    "I live in an apartment. Chances are good that you do, too: Tens of millions of Americans live in apartment buildings, and in medium-to-large cities these structures account for between a quarter and a half of all housing units. More people are renting these days than ever before. And when you move into an apartment, you need the essentials: Water. Heat. And Internet access."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Why is Payola Illegal? - 1 views

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    "by Alex Tabarrok on June 16, 2004 at 7:45 am in Economics, Music | Permalink Payola, making undisclosed payments to radio or tv personnel in return for the inclusion of material in programming created a big fuss in the late 1950s (it was made illegal in 1960) and again in 1986 when Al Gore investigated the "new payola." But why should payola be illegal? A song played on the radio is really an advertisement for the CD. Firms pay to advertise music on billboards and on television, why is this ok but paying to advertise on the radio not ok? Similarly, grocery stores price shelf spacing - some people object to this but it isn't illegal."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

I'm Shocked, Shocked: Payola on Spotify? | MUSIC * TECHNOLOGY * POLICY [# ! Note] - 0 views

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    "an you imagine-someone in the music business is trying to buy their way into the charts. Shocking, I know. Totally unpredictable. Who could ever have anticipated that move?"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Music Recommendation & Digital Payola | Future of Music Coalition | Submitted by kevin ... - 0 views

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    "By guest blogger Taylor Lambert and Kevin Erickson In the age of on-demand streaming, it's common to hear people talk about music as "limitless"- something that flows forth endlessly like water. "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Music Recommendation & Digital Payola | FMC (Replied?) - 0 views

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    # ! The Same Old Song from The Same Old Business. Music doesn't goes this way... Don't Blame Piracy. "... But in practice, most consumers' exposure to the world of new music is extremely limited. ..."
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    # ! The Same Old Song from The Same Old Business. Music doesn't goes this way... Don't Blame Piracy. "... But in practice, most consumers' exposure to the world of new music is extremely limited. ..."
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