Thursday, December 22, 2005
After I left MusicMatch in 2002, but before I moved back to Seattle, when MP3.com was still owned by Vivendi/Universal, I consulted for them briefly on how they might get more subscriptions from artists to the Premium Artist Services. Part of my report was a vision of what I called the artist life cycle, a checklist of different services every artist probably needs at some point in their career. Three years later, I still don't see a comprehensive package in one place, although CDBaby and Apple have parts of it down.
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