Driven to Download

Friday, November 26, 2004

Even though more than 7,000 illegal music downloaders have been sued by the industry, there are indications that more people are file sharing than ever before. Ever since the early days of Napster, file sharers have blamed the commercial unavailability of quality music for their turn to the peer-to-peer services. NPR's Rick Karr looks at how major labels are actively driving musicians and fans to the Internet and other new technologies.

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