- copyright & intellectual property issues
- peer-to-peer downloading, torrenting
- sampling, mash-ups, remixes
- death of the album?
- bedsit recording/ web radio prosumers
- on-line audio collaboration
- podcasting culture
- new strategies for distributing music
- web radio & the global niche audience
- web radio - is it "radio"?
- new ways of interactive music making
Tuesday, 4 May 2010
Week 3 - Audio in the Online Age
When investigating effects of Web 2.0 and digital technology on radio and/or the music industry, you could consider:
For an overview of web radio issues, see the conclusion of Chris Priestman's Web Radio
For contrasting views of the future of the music industry see an official corporate view (upbeat) and a blogger's view ( pessimistic). There's a debate on the issues here.
For new possibilities in collaboration and on-line interactive music making, try Squidoo. You could also refer back to links in my previous post and to the posts on Jaron Lanier.
- A Short History of the Internet
- Baudrillard & Hyperreality
- Jaron Lanier - "You are not a Gadget!"
- Lev Manovich
- Marshall McLuhan
- Media Exemplar
- Music & Post-Modernism
- Music Video & Post Modernism
- New Media Studies
- Paul Green's Radio Teaching Site
- Post-Modern Thought
- RNC Media on You Tube
- The Quantum Brothers on You Tube
- Theoretical Approaches to Post Modernism
- Virtual Revolution - BBC
- Who Controls the Internet - NPR discussion