iTunes influence

Andrew Raff
March 9, 2007

The Wall St. Journal: Music's New Gatekeeper: "Apple has jettisoned some of the conventions of traditional music retailing -- notably, the practice of selling prime promotional spots to recording companies willing to pay for better visibility for their acts. But behind the scenes there's plenty of horse-trading going on that influences which songs are seen and purchased by iTunes customers."


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