Three Start-Ups That Are Changing The Music Industry (Telegraph)

Launched just under a year ago, Dizzyjam has several hundred band shops and 3,500 products. Dublin-based Muzu.tv now attracts 5.5m views each month of its 85,000 official band videos and is growing fast, helped in part helped by the viral nature of its publishing platform. Two property entrepreneurs, Tim Robinson and Mark Wadhwa, bought EMI, established a graphic design, retail and gallery base in London’s Soho that now employs 50 people and produces 25,000 records a week.

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