ok so for my topic i chose to discuss on the issue of how will recording labels continue due to the upgrade in technology. i chose this because im really curious myself to see what plans they have to make money since records are not selling as much anymore. but im not really too sure myself how far to go on with this topic. but slowly yet surely i think i can take this and break this. maybe into the fact as what can happen, and maybe some tips on what should happen. because in my opinion recording labels need to do something fast to keep up. mp3 is the new way of the world, and cd is becoming more of the past. no one really deals with cds as much. even in cars they have made it so instead of cds you can plug your mp3s straight in. so further more a plan should be created as soon as possible.
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