The roughly 20,000 LPs and 30,000 CDs have found a new home at The Inner Sleeve record store.
Hundreds of thousands of titles to be culled as CBC focuses more on digital streaming.
The gesture comes as activists protest against new digital IP regimes like ACTA, SOPA, PIPA, and bill C-11 in Canada.
From Salon.com – The controversial singer takes on record label profits, Napster and “sucka VCs.”
Music bloggers should consider starting their own non-profit host for archiving out-of-print recordings.
Industry rumours abound that major labels will end production of compact discs by the end of 2012.
Are CD’s officially dead? Can downloads and LP’s save the music industry? Please share your thoughts!
File sharing is currently legal in Canada, but if bill C-61 passes through Canadian Parliament, that could soon change.