Where To Go Now?

December 2011
Billboard;12/17/2011, Vol. 123 Issue 46, p29
Trade Publication
The article discusses music and the internet, as of December 2011, focusing on the question of which web sites and applications are the most suitable for music publicity. The declining popularity of the online social network MySpace is noted. Other topics include the microblogging site Twitter, the internet video sharing site YouTube, and the online social network Facebook.


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