The impact of ICTs on the Jamaican music industry

Type of Document 3
Title of Journal
URL http://
Author Barbara Blake Hannah
Abstract The advent of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs) introduces a broader range of options for maximizing the economic potential of Jamaican music. The use of the Internet for buying, selling and listening to music, websites for display of public relations information, and the use of digital technology for recording and duplicating music, adds to the variety of ways in which the Jamaican music product can be sold. Most of all, ICT and digital tools give easier access to the creation of music by a broader range of users.
Keywords Music ICT
Publisher JMP
Language en
Date 14-05-2003
Subject MDG/s
Country/Countries Jamaica
Document file ICT-MUSIC-JAMAICA.doc




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