Casey Rae

Future of Music Coalition

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CEO of the Future of Music Coalition, a nonprofit that advocates for artists, and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University, teaching technology and culture

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Apple is getting into the popular  music-streaming business  today -- but Spotify, Google Play, Pandora and even public radio stations are already there.

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Apple is getting into the popular music-streaming business today -- but Spotify, Google Play, Pandora and even public radio stations are already there.

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