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Robert Burnett 1996 The global jukebox the international music industry Routledge Londonp8 The international music companies have begun to stress that they are global organizations Globalization in their case and as reflected in company annual reports mean the organization of production distribution and consumption of cultural artefacts on a global scale it has greatly increased in recent decadesTechnology refers to the global arrangement and rapid movement of technologyThe entertainment industry then by definition involves the inter-organization creation and release of performances narrative or non-narrative recorded or live to attract audiences for financial profit rather than for explicitly educational journalistic political or advertising goalsThe entertainment industry generates billions of dollars a year in revenues worldwide and is rapidly growing Every year consumers around the world buy 300 billion worth of movies tickets compact discs videotapes and other entertainment products Video and computer games now account for greatest revenues worldwide followed thereafter by television sound recordings phonograms books and magazines and then films Bernstein 1990The Music Industry Music in the Cloud Patrik Wikstrm 2009Negus1992 approaches the definition issue from a different perspective he describes the music recording industry as concerned with developing global personalities which can be communicated across multiple media through recordings videos films television magazines books and via advertising product endorsement and sponsorship over a range of consumer merchandies
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