Music CD Sales Slump - Piracy? Maybe Not...

Buisness Week speculates      06/06/07

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For some time now the music industry has been blaming piracy and file sharing sites for the decline in music sales. Others blame the quality of the product, (the music) or restrictive DRM techniques. But over at Buisness Week analyst Aaron Pressman has a theory that perhaps the additional 800 million DVD sales might be eating a chunk of sales - after all, we only have so much money to spend in the end. Check the full article out here:
Music CD, I'm just not that into you


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