Europe Music Execs Think DRM Restricts Download Numbers

February 15, 2007 by Douglas A. McIntyre

According to Engadget, a recent Jupiter Research poll shows that 62% of  music executives surveyed in Europe think dropping digital rights management would improve “take up” of digital music.Seventy percent felt that a system was needed to allow music to play on as many platforms as possible.

If the music industry thinks this way, it opens the door to more music from independent and major labels being available without restrictions.

Over time.

Douglas A. McIntyre