Music sales or album sales are acts related to selling music albums (singles, albums, or music video) via independent music stores or online music stores. These sales have reached the highest peak in 1999, when 1.6 billion people spent an average of $ 64 on purchasing albums, bringing in a total of $ 40 billion […]

Recycling is something that everyone can do, whether it is recycling your used CD collection or recycling music equipment. The first step to recycling music equipment is to learn how it works. This way you can recycle your music collections without spending more than you need to. Here are some tips to keep in mind

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Music copyright is a big topic with artists, music publishers, music labels and the music industry. The US music industry works under a number of laws such as the Performers’ copyright act, the Berrett Act, the ASCAP and BMI copyrights, the Compact for Better Record Protection, and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. With regards to

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Recycling old electronics is an important step to lower the accumulation of electronic waste in landfills. Electronic recycling (or reclamation) converts computer parts, printers, mobile phones, televisions, compact disc, DVD players, and other electronic devices into low-cost, durable components. The process involves chemically liberating the metals from electronic devices. The process generates high quality materials

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