The Music Industry Buried More Than 150 Startups—Now They are Left to Dance with the Giants
David Pakman

The DCA changed everything. Back in 1995 we had a digital jukebox. Labels would send us full length CDs that we would encode and post. We had more than 300 internet radio stations. Our only limit was the space we had for servers

The DCA changed it all and the DMCA killed any profitability. I had daily battles with the RIAA and made it clear that the streaming music industry died, or I should say the profitability of the streaming music industry died with its passage

When the DMCA was passed , I didn’t think it would last. That’s how bad it was. Here red is a speech from 1999 railing about it

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