Over the course of the last ten years, we’ve seen that CDs are dying, or, already dead. Yet, digitized music hasn’t delivered on its expectation to reign the realm in China.

Even from hindsight it’s hard to argue whether iTunes Store is the best or worst thing ever happened to modern recording industry, but one thing for sure is, with the proliferation of personal computer, smartphones, MP3 players and high-speed connection, music business is now undergoing a disruptive transformation in a way that no one could have envisioned beforehand. During which, there’re challenges, risks, and also chances.

This Friday@Wudaokou, Let’s Talk About Digital Music.

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Ben Jiang

Listener of startups, writer on tech. Maker of things, dreamer by choice.