Transforming value perception in music information systems
Fridey, Belinda, Cybulski, Jacob and Nguyen, Lemai 2010, Transforming value perception in music information systems, in AMCIS 2010 : Proceedings of the 16th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AIS eLiberary, [Lima, Peru], pp. 1-9.
Information systems are changing the way artists and consumers create, use and interact with music. Music experience has become richer and more sophisticated than simply buying and listening to music. New links between IS and music are forging unprecedented levels of creative e-collaboration, innovative music technology development, new music commerce and marketing methods, alongside with the emergence of e-music communities nurturing up-and-coming artists careers. Distinct from non-creative industries, the music industry is at the forefront of technological innovation where the ubiquitous adoption of music downloading, widespread use of personal music systems, and value chain disintermediation has shifted the focus of value delivery towards consumer control. This paper provides new insights into the effect of recent technological change on stakeholders within the music industry value chain, and of music information systems upon creative music products. The paper further explores the stakeholder perceptions of the value added or depleted from music by the technology, and examines the future expectations of information systems amidst the volatility and uncertainty of the music industry.
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Field of Research
080611 Information Systems Theory
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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