Barry Willis

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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 29, 2004 0 comments
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is continuing its legal campaign against file sharing. In late March, the trade organization launched a new salvo of lawsuits against 532 individuals and 21 university computer networks across the country—89 of the accused violators used school networks for downloading or sharing large numbers of copyrighted recordings. The RIAA claimed that the alleged violators shared an average of 837 songs.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 22, 2004 0 comments
Financially, the winter months have been all over the map. Some electronics companies have reported upswings in revenue, but others are experiencing a decrease.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 22, 2004 0 comments
Launched with a bang last April, Apple Computer's iTunes Music Store has steadily gained popularity with music fans, but it won't reach its projected goal of selling 100 million songs online within its first year.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 15, 2004 0 comments
Starbucks is taking its signature compilation CDs to the next level—the personal one.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 15, 2004 0 comments
Tower Records should be back in fighting form on Monday, March 15 when a Delaware bankruptcy court rules on the company's reorganization plans.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 08, 2004 0 comments
Apple Computer is riding a wave that shows no sign of breaking.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 08, 2004 0 comments
Electronics retailers may be bouncing back from a long slump, according to a couple of recent reports.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 08, 2004 0 comments
Recorded music as a packaged-goods commodity continues to decline, according to figures released March 4 by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 01, 2004 0 comments
In late February, many California music fans discovered in their mail a one-page form letter from the state's attorney general, Bill Lockyer, announcing that he was "pleased to enclose payment for your claim in the settlement of the Compact Disc Minimum Advertised Price Antitrust Litigation." Attached to the bottom of the form letter was a tear-off check made out to the aggrieved music fan from "CD MAP Antitrust Litigation" in Faribault, MN.
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Barry Willis Posted: Mar 01, 2004 0 comments
In its nearly two decades, Benicia, CA–based loudspeaker manufacturer NHT has earned a well-deserved reputation for affordable high-performance products, among them legendary mini-monitors, such as the Super Zero and Super One, as well as its full-range Model 3.3. Founded by Ken Kantor and Chris Byrne in 1986, the company was sold to Jensen International in the early 1990s, spun off to packaged goods specialist Recoton, and acquired by Rockford Corporation in the final days of 2002—an event that saved NHT from an uncertain fate.

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