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วงการเพลงมาไกลตั้งแต่เรดิโอเฮดอนุญาตให้แฟน ๆ จ่ายเงินสิ่งที่พวกเขาต้องการสำหรับอัลบั้ม แต่ยังคงมีการหยุดชะงักทางดิจิทัลมากมายเกิดขึ้น บริษัทเทคโนโลยีอย่าง Kobalt ได้มอบเส้นทางทางเลือกสำหรับนักดนตรีในการค้นหาแฟนเพลงและจัดการเงินของพวกเขา โดยไม่ต้องพึ่งพาข้อตกลงด้านการบันทึก คลิกที่นี่เพื่อสมัครรับข้อมูล The Economist บน YouTube: The Disrupters เป็นซีรีส์ต้นฉบับที่สำรวจว่าอุตสาหกรรมหลัก ๆ ตั้งแต่ดนตรีและรถยนต์ไปจนถึงการบริการ กำลังถูกรบกวนด้วยคลื่นลูกใหม่ของนวัตกรรมดิจิทัล นอกจากจะได้รับสิทธิพิเศษในการเข้าถึงบริษัทสตาร์ทอัพด้านเทคโนโลยีที่ใหญ่ที่สุดในโลกแล้ว เราแสดงให้เห็นว่ายักษ์ใหญ่ในอุตสาหกรรมตอบสนองอย่างไรเมื่อต้องเผชิญกับนวัตกรรมที่ขับเคลื่อนด้วยเทคโนโลยีดังกล่าว พวกเขาปรับตัว—หรือตาย? ดูภาพยนตร์ Economist: ดูแคตตาล็อกวิดีโอทั้งหมดของ The Economist: Like The Economist บน Facebook: ติดตาม The Economist บน Twitter: อ่าน Tumblr ของเรา: ติดตามเราบน Instagram: ตรวจสอบ Pinterest ของเรา: ติดตามเราบน LINE: .

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FlyingMonkies325 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

They had no choice but to put it all here on YouTube for free now lol cos they're trying now and obviously they now make WAY more money of us going to the videos on here than they ever did selling their music as Albums lol they still… sell the songs digitally too but… i just don't see the point anymore when they make money from us going to the videos and listening or watching the music videos and they do many times over. So… really it's as if we bought the song over and over again lol cos 1 view is worth the same as paying for the song once so it pays for itself. YouTube is the new Music Channels except they get paid for it 😛

I've noticed they now just make individual Music Videos now too instead of making an entire Album or they release them before they release the Album but releasing an Album too is still super fun cos i can stick on the whole Album and just listen, i still have CDs but computers getting rid of CD Drives will soon make way for slots for Isolinear Chips aka Quartz Glass Chip (no joke it's real) so no doubt i'll be able to put all the music i want on one of those and they never die for a long time 😀 but i'll miss looking at the cool Art on the CDs and the Cases. Music doesn't seem to be improving though despite more people owning their own music so i hope it does soon.

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AJ Eno 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

what song is the intro?

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Magnus J 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

I like the Sony guy's shirt.

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a.t 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

mom

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Matty Peters 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Hello fret

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Percival 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

hello hemesfere

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A Metalhead's Journey 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

The other problem today is there are so many artists out there. For example, I've never heard of the guy they talk about here that had two big US tours, yet he is big? Where do these guys come from and where do they go after their 15 min of fame?

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Anoushka Variava 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

What I feel is, both sides have their reasons for what they're doing. Record labels are just a third party system that wants to earn money too. The perks a record label provides is different from the perks an artist gains without a record label. For example, an upcoming artist who is new to fame and the spotlight and all the attention may not know how to handle it properly and may need some assistance or guidance. This is where a record label comes in. Vice versa works too when an artist is able to handle the fame and attention and do not need a third party to count their earning. Because see, why would a concept such as a 'record label' come in the first place? or why do artists have an option to choose whether to work in a record label or not?
So it depends on what each individual thinks about this video as there is no wrong or right. This is my point of view.

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Kjetil Birkeland 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM Reply
SupermanCocaine 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

11:40 watch from there. Is everything you need. The kid has excellent points.

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ardo 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

The music industry is incredibly evil, they exploit and abuse the success of others in the style of where they sit on where the money will be generated. Which is fine, but this dependency always shifted the power to labels and nowadays the streaming services and has created the recycled, copied, short and commercial tracks of today, which have forgotten along with MTV's image influence that music is what matters. In other words, money and fame is more important than the actual music. This is a disaster and is not what the essence of music represents or originally had in mind. To what length will our society go towards consumerism habits without acknowledging that music is an art form and is meant to be appreciated it's highly disappointing to see all these so called "experts" speak about music when most them can't even strum a chord correctly. It's shameful.

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DJ Papzin 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

"I don't see the disruption"

That's very ignorant…

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Antonio Butcher 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

spotify?

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Revealed bangla -উদ্ঘাটিত রহস্য 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Wonderful content and aslo editing.

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Nick Chase 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Artists is there to make money for 50 different people, while he is not making any money.

This is what music industry is, not bullcrap this guy with fake glasses tell you.

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BORIS K'ZORIN 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

To be an Artist does not required education, … just a talent. How not to use them! Let them jump – freedom of expression is all what they need :-))

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Rielly Morton 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

8:50 when you think of all the money you're losing

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BonzoDog67 Lizardking 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Tell that to Van Halen. They sold millions of records, and toured their butts-off only to find they owed millions of dollars to Warner Bros. and more records for their trouble.
If their tour manager hadn't managed to trick Warner into letting their contract renewal lapse, the band would have been indentured slaves to the label in perpetuity. Only after Warner could lose them to another label was a just contract — lucrative for both parties — finally crafted.

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james hall 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Barbra Streisand was smart enough to insist on total artistic control in 1962. She was the pioneer…not Capitol, not Kobalt, not Scooby-Doo, or anyone else. Barbara Streisand owns "Barbra" Streisand.

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Olando Anônimo 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

It’s a fake world full of fake people.

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Conrad Murray 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Jacob is annoying

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VVS-G 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Thank God Im an Investor too

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ProdbyDolph 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Can't wait to see his as the norm in 10 years

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The Pretend Raver 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

All the good music has been done, today we are left with talentless garbage!

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These Fran 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

blatnat propoganda for record companies – They LITERALLY allowed the capitol smarmy ceo ' nice guy' to view and directly reply to the radiohead band members criticisms lol

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Dan Jethro Jamoyot 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Streaming sites just destroying the future of music.

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Dan Jethro Jamoyot 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

That's why you should own your masters when you're an artist one thing that Prince, The Beatles and Taylor Swift going to do.

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Grim Reaper 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

9:50. To be fair, that's not the strongest points of labels either. It used to be labels took unknown artists and developed them. That's what A&R divisions in record companies (which stood for "Artists and Repertoire") used to do before record companies cut them for more profit. They don't do that anymore and haven't done so in like 20-25 years. Instead what they have done is go to Youtube and other major sites and search for the next act who already has talent so they don't have to expend as much or many resources in putting him/her on the main stage. They've gotten so recordish to where they wait until the artist has a respectable following to swoop in and profit and capitalize off of that as if they've earned a piece of that artist's success. So, no, you guys don't do that either.

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TheDrunkenRebel 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

And you slipped by the fact that Fat Mike has been doing exactly what you brag Kobalt for, but since 1990. Fuck, time passes fast

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MAL KONTENT 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

@t i tried to reach Willard to show him this and called the New York office and coud get a hold of noone there. But if this UNIVERSAL NAZI POWER PLAY materalizes we , as music lovers, can all kiss our asses goodbye

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Anym 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

I'd rather take STMPD RCRDS over this dude's label

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Neal Dahlgren 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

You have to remember that Radiohead gained a massive amount of attention and fans because of their first single ‘Creep’ which they reluctantly hated but the label pushed hard for. If it wasn’t for the song Creep, OK Computer wouldn’t have had the success that it did I. OK Computer put them in the stratosphere. It gave them the audience to then do what they wanted.

It’s a give and take. The label has always been a bank full of money. Get a good entertainment attorney and if you want a deal then fight for more ownership. If they pass then find a team that’s gonna fight for your music to get out there.

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Raniel Pangilinan 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

I love the British music industry.

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jm 91 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

What's that Guy's name? Jacob who?

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K K 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

ohhhh shiitttt- I just realized it always seems like an artist goes big and then falls off the face of the earth: it's because the companies that retain the rights keep pushing the old songs they still own to keep making money and basically try to edge out the newer songs.

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Karma 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

This is why Taylor Swift is fighting back against the system. It’s disgusting how the music industry lets artists put their blood, sweat and tears into their music and then take it away as soon as the contract is up.

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54markl 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Looking forward to the end of the So-Called “music industry.” The stuff they make is phony and stupid, and nobody wants it.

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54markl 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Look, if you idiots aren’t going to play electric guitars anymore, I quit!

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Martin Ersatz 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

Can the buffoon at 1.54 who stated 'it's always the survival of the fittest, that's capitalism' please F right off with that level of ignorant dumb

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SlipNut 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

8:46 Jesus fucking Christ
Edit: If you don't see it, you don't see it

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Samuel French 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

why would i want the record company to mold me into their image and not mine…………..

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Jay 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

I'm disappointed that dude signed with a label in the end and s did Nipsey Hussle, makes me feel that you can't get on the radio and a mainstream success with out them no matter how big you get as an Indie artist. Even chance the rapper is not on the radio that much!

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Dane Ceejay 16/10/2021 - 6:09 PM

What radiohead song was playing I loved it

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