A new Internet music technology is opening new possibilities for the distribution of music, but it’s also perceived as a threat to the structure of the music industry itself. Some musicians are excited about the opportunity to get more exposure, but others are worried they’ll never make any money this way. A panel explains “MP3” and other versions of the technology and talks about why they’ve got the music industry’s attention.


  • Hilary Rosen President of the Record Industry Association of America
  • Gene Hoffman President of Goodnoise
  • Mark Hardie Music industry analyst with Forrester Research


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