Cotolo Chronicles: Ages of Indifference

Singers and bands are concerned that streaming music services like YouTube, Spotify and Deezer pay too little money back to them compared to selling music—which has lost much of its value, too. But the public doesn’t care. The new technology has made its audience happy but the creators of the product are crying like babies. The commercial paradigm has changed for artists and their audiences don’t care. Join Thom Savino and our host!

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