Flashback Thursday, courtesy of Michael Watson: L-R: Dave Charles-CHUM, Bert Dunseith, Mike Watson, Ross Ferris, Terry Danko, Dwanye Ford, Eddie Colero, and Joe Fox. Front row, L-R: Manta engineer Rick Capriol, John Williams, Shelley Rosenberg, Charlie Camilleri, Jack Robertson, and Jim Atkinson. Columbia Records, Toronto, circa '74.
Flashback Thursday, courtesy of Michael Watson: L-R: Dave Charles-CHUM, Bert Dunseith, Mike Watson, Ross Ferris, Terry Danko, Dwanye Ford, Eddie Colero, and Joe Fox. Front row, L-R: Manta engineer Rick Capriol, John Williams, Shelley Rosenberg, Charlie Camilleri, Jack Robertson, and Jim Atkinson. Columbia Records, Toronto, circa '74.

Around The Web: Stories You Will Want To Read

A collection of recent news, features and opinions we found on the Internet that we thought might be of interest to our readers.

Apple Music’s first year: What works, what needs to be retuned – Fast Company

Apple Inc. tries to fix Apple Music by making it more like Spotify – IB Times

Brighton and Hove's music industry worth £45m a year, new report reveals – The Argus

Opinion: Music crony capitalism: ASCAP, BMI and the cost of the songs – The Washington Post

James Corden on Donald Trump’s 70th: I think he’s gonna make a great president–of North Korea – Vanity Fair

The world’s 25 most powerful women (and no Canadian makes the list) -- Forbes

Can Netflix survive in the world it created? Over the last five years, cable has lost 6.7m subscribers; more than a quarter of millennials (70% of whom use streaming services) report having never subscribed to cable in their lives – NY Times

Music and entrepreneurship: The ultimate creative outlet for business success – Forbes

Pandora: We’re better than broadcast radio for musicians who aren’t stars yet – RAIN

Hollywood has a huge millennial problem: Ticket sales are falling faster than Republican hopefuls – The Atlantic

Apple’s core is coring out: Company transitioning from selling gadgets to services – Tech PP

 

 

 

 

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