Friday 10 February 2012, 17:46 | By

CMU Weekly Podcast – Friday 10 Feb 2012

CMU Podcast

CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including BitTorrent search engine BTjunkie voluntarily taking itself offline, MP3 resale service ReDigi’s ongoing legal battle with EMI, Black Sabbath’s increasingly controversial reunion, and the week’s Madonna news. Get the CMU Weekly Podcast every Friday by signing up via iTunes or RSS.

 

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  • IFPI defends Friday global release day, chart makers yet to confirm impact
  • Pandora loses latest pre-1972 squabble
  • Kobalt announces $60 million in new finance
  • YouTube seemingly not making a profit
  • Björk admits concerns to putting new material on freemium
  • CMU Beef Of The Week #244: Madonna v Gravity
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