* Make sure and provide a good explanation about the event and why it came about. * Tie it to some economic principles.
* Be funny or sarcastic. W
* What kind of short run/long run effects did it create?
* What coulda/shoulda been done to fix or stop it (if it was an adversYoue situation)? * Your prediction about future effects.
There’s always going to be people to outmaneuver others (innovation) Perhaps mp3, mp4, mp5
* Was it sound econ?
* Was there market failure?
* Was there government failure? Etc.
* Just some ideas about questions you might want to ask. Filming:
The industry is terribly unionized, and reason why some films a going indie. The economics of the film industry are changing. Profits are down, even though Hollywood is making splashier films for new, fast-growing markets. Meanwhile, television, once the unglamorous sister, is enjoying record earnings and unprecedented critical acclaim. Cable television vs streaming
A lot like cd and mp3
Artist make more money from concerts than cd
has been since the creation of the first recording device and the distribution of music, from those music boxes to records to cassettes to cd roms, we are constantly innovating new forms of music distribution to entice a customer to buy a newer and expensive product, and the repercussion will always be putting the previous product in the garbage bin. Though today I believe it may be at its worse, downloading music has made profit making hard, because it is terribly easy to rip something off the internet.
People make decisions at the margin.
Songs Choices!!!!!voice 007
Trade makes people better off.
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Competition (like any major business) is fierce, especially after several rival chains emerged in the 1980s and 1990s, including HMV, Virgin Megastore and Music and Video Club. Around the world, the traditional record stores are currently suffering from internet downloading, as well as supermarkets and box stores selling recorded music at prices way below the recommended dealer price, thus devaluing the product to a damaging degree. Because of the above factors, several major chains in the U.S. have closed or shrunk in recent years. The transgression of music platform devices and it’s relation to the economy. Judging from you attire, you look like a well-informed free riding vagabond with an epiphany for music what are your thoughts concerning the metamorphosis of the music industry Knack
Welcome to the show! How are you all doing? Good, great, fantastic? I'm glad to hear it. thanks for coming!
My next guess who I'm very excited about is a multi tin foil singer whose new album, which I forgot the name of, is in stores now. Please welcome, blonde beanie hat guy. How you doing?
Ummmm fine. It's josh, though. We just met back stage not to long ago.
Oh, that was you? Okay, Jake, I called you onto the show to discuss the transgression of music platform devices and it’s relations to the economy. Judging from you attire, you look like a well-informed beanie wearing hobo chick with a knack for music. what are your thoughts concerning the metamorphosis of the music industry?
Beanie wearing Hobo chick? I sensing some repressed hostility, Mr. comb over. Anyways, around the world, the traditional record stores are currently suffering from internet downloading, as well as supermarkets and box stores selling recorded music at prices way below the recommended dealer price, thus devaluing the product to a damaging degree. Because of the above factors, several major chains in the U.S. have closed or shrunk in recent years. Since buying or stealing individual songs from albums is way more...
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