DRM is almost dead

2008 is the year DRM will die. YouTube, Podcasting and MP3 players are forcing classic media companies to adapt to this new environment with new business models. Yesterday, Viviane Reding, European Union commissioner for information society and media, issued a report sanctioning a “transparent” DRM framework for the EU. More 


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5 Responses to “DRM is almost dead”

  1. SeeqPod : Broerse Blog on January 26th, 2008 4:28 am

    […] my attention until Warner Music Group has sued them this week. Because 2008 is the year DRM will die we will see more suing this year by the old Music industry. They have a hard time adopting to a […]

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  3. Sony DMS Music store will close March 31, 2008 : Broerse Blog on February 2nd, 2008 7:22 pm

    […] collections because Sony is not warning their customers in TV spots or on their site. If you read this blog you know your DRM files will also die this year and perhaps already made a backup or ripped your […]

  4. MSN backs off on plans to nuke DRM-locked MSN Music collections : Broerse Blog on June 21st, 2008 3:42 pm

    […] you know I am interested in DRM because it will die out this year. Here is an other link on the […]

  5. Wal-Mart Closes DRM System : Broerse Blog on September 28th, 2008 10:38 pm

    […] is reacting to my topic “2008 is the year DRM will die” see this post on […]