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October 9, 2004

Q. 'How much of a 99-cent iTunes download do I get to keep?' - Recording artist

Itunes

A. "10 cents."

This sobering Q & A comes from the National Association of Record Industry Professionals (NARIP) iTunes Artist-Producer Royalty Calculation sheet.

More: "For major label artists, Apple collects 34 cents and the label keeps 55 cents."

Wow.

Some things never change.

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That acronym - "na-RIP" - is perfect.

[via redferret.net]

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