By Brian Braiker
Updated: 9:15 a.m. ET April 30, 2007
April 30, 2007 - As you read these words on your monitor, there is a decent chance that you’re also streaming a little online radio. After all, with
an estimated listenership of approximately 50 million Americans per month, Internet radio has become a go-to destination for a fuller spectrum of
music, an alternative to FM’s mind-numbing monotony. And if you are one of those listeners, mark May 15 on your calendar: it might well be the day
that the music dies.
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Don't get me wrong here folks. I am all about the song writer, singer and band getting their royalties, but I can't stand the middlemen, that are
sucking the life out of new music, and new talent that tries to make it via the net.
Where does the arm of corporate greed end and a medium for new talent to emerge?
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