By David Packman, prominent venture capitalist in NYC, the co-creator of Apple's Music Group, and former CEO of eMusic. This post originally appeared on Packman.com There is a commonality in the Hachette/Amazon and Spotify/Pandora/Recording Artist debates and it looks something like this: By not paying enough royalties to the licensor (book publisher, record label), authors and artists are being starved. We are told this is critically bad for authors and artists who can no longer earn a living. Thus, creators won’t create, and art and culture ultimately suffer. None of us want there to be fewer books or songs in...

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