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Les mutations économiques de la musique enregistrée redéfinissent le rôle de ses acteurs

Abstract : The economic mutations of recorded music redefine the role of its actors. The dematerialization of music has reconfigured the phonographic channel and established the dominance of new players in the market. It changed the listening practices with a new reference terminal to consume music: the smartphone. The balance of power between the various players is changing, especially with the advent of market platforms such as YouTube. The clip becomes a major economic opportunity for the transmission of music and a resource indispensable to the viability of companies like Budget Music Video. The easy access of software facilitating original and professional creations empower the musicians free from the producers whose role slips towards communication. Nevertheless persists the star system. This thesis questions the consequences of changes in recorded music with NICTs and the links between the various economic players in the new digital environment.
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Oriane Sundstom. Les mutations économiques de la musique enregistrée redéfinissent le rôle de ses acteurs. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2017. ⟨dumas-01698259⟩



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