Demise of the Demo

Demise of the Demo
Innovation

The days of a demo tape and a dream are nearly over, according to Reuters: SonyBMG, the world's second-biggest music company, said that from Monday it would no longer accept...

Colin Nagy
  • 30 march 2007

The days of a demo tape and a dream are nearly over, according to Reuters:

SonyBMG, the world’s second-biggest music company, said that from Monday it would no longer accept hard copy formats. Instead, budding musicians will be asked to sign up to a record
label Web site such as www.columbiademos.co.uk or www.rcademos.co.uk to
blog their music, photos and videos.

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