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date: 20 October 2020

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This chapterexamines the history of interactions between the film and music industries. It suggests that this history shows a pattern of several long-term business cycles and that each cycle was influenced by an important change, in film technology, music technology, industry structures, or in some combination of these. It also highlights the trend of declining sales of music compact discs and the reduction in filmmakers’ music budget.

Keywords: film industry, music industry, film technology, music technology, compact discs, music budget, filmmakers

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