In this video, from the Future of Music Coalition's DC Policy Day, held earlier in the year in Washington, DC, Public Enemy's Hank Shocklee discusses the way major record labels have fought the Internet instead of embracing it.
He makes a concise statement on the state of the music industry, stating that we're caught in a war between the digital and the analog worlds.
It's amazing that, 15-20 years into Internet music, people are still struggling to come to terms with the the changes it brings.
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