The BBC has published an interview with Brad Duea, president of Napster. A few interesting sound bites:
Online music will become an ”exploding multi-billion dollar space in the next two years.”
”A lot of time people think of ownership as this ultimate thing with music. Has owning cassettes in the past really benefited people?”
”I do not think the argument about ownership is such a wonderful thing. What do you really want as a music fan? It’s to access music and listening to music.”
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