The Internet will power the next music revolution: Katherine Rye Jewell on why musical innovation will continue, even as local radio disappears. Too much music: A failed experiment in dedicated listening. Networked listening: How the way we listen helps delineate the public-private divide. James Cook reviews The New Analog: Listening and Reconnecting in a Digital World by Damon Krukowski. Is the shift from owning songs to streaming them eroding listener loyalty and reducing the cultural impact of music? People in their thirties can’t stop hoarding CDs: It’s so hard to say goodbye to outdated physical media. Not dead yet: Record executives fight for compact disc’s future.

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