Independent labels use networks as a way to reach consumers, not necessarily make money.

"…To many independent labels, the main goal is simply to introduce music fans around the globe to little-known artists who have no chance of being played on commercial radio stations. The payoff they hope for in the long term is greater CD sales; any downloads they sell on the networks are icing on the cake.

"It is small, but everything starts small," Chief Executive Daniel Glass of Artemis Records said of his company’s revenue from Kazaa and other popular file-sharing networks. "To not be part of it is insane."

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