Music industry players on Grammys, tech issues
It's been a turbulent decade for the music industry and its millions of fans. While new technology has made it easier to access to the songs people love, it's also presented problems for record companies, artists, and fans around the world.
"CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King recently sat down with several of the biggest players in the industry -- Clive Davis, Smokey Robinson, Esperanza Spalding, and Mark Ronson -- to discuss the most pressing issues facing the music industry. The panel also talked about what they're hoping for Sunday night at the Grammy Awards.Watch the full discussion in the video above. Also check out the web extras below.
The roundtable group discusses the Grammy nominees they're rooting for - will it be Adele's night?
When did you fall in love with music? Clive Davis describes seeing Janis Joplin for the first time.
A discussion on the digital sale of music:
"Music is as vital today as it ever was," Clive Davis said.
What does it takes to survive in the business over time?
Editor's note: Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party will honor Sir Richard Branson this year. The dinner and concert -- famed for its performances and number of celebs-takes place at the Beverly Hilton on February 11, the night before the Grammys. In addition, Mark Ronson stars in the movie "ReGeneration," a film about the music industry.
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