Re: The credit crunch + the internet and its effect on traditional media
Date: April 17, 2009 06:12PM

I agree to an extent. But you also have many, many people losing jobs because of it. It's not JUST the fact that fat cats were getting fatter, they were actually employing more people as well. The attitude that certain things 'should' be free is what is the problem. And the internet has made people think certain things should be and are free because of the ease of access.

Music industry execs have always been scum bags looking to make more money than the person creating the product, but using that person as a means to an end. Now, without those scum bags ponying up big promotional and marketing dollars, some product is of lesser quality and DEFINITELY less likely to be heard than before. It's a catch 22. Record execs deserve to be shot, but so do people who think anything created in a digital form should be free. Just my opinion though.

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