I Steve Lamacq explores the revolutionary digitalisation of the music scene, particularly since the launch of the iPod in 2001, the advent of MP3 and the creation of legal music download websites. The programme looks at the radical changes in consumer expectations and practices and how retailers are responding to these demands. Record-industry commentators include Martin
Mills, Anthony Wilson , Alan McGee , the Others, Steve Redmond ,
Simon Dornan and Stuart Rowe.
Producer Simon Barnett
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