Casey Rae-Hunter

Future of Music Coalition

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Interim Executive Director at the Future of Music Coalition, an advocacy group for artists in the digital age. He is also an adjunct Professor in Communications Culture & Technology at Georgetown University.

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The latest revolution in the business of music is Internet streaming—but some creative artists complain they’re being left behind.

The Brave New World of Online Music Streaming

The latest revolution in the business of music is Internet streaming—but some creative artists complain they’re being left behind.

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