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 Africa general / l’Afrique en général / África em geral  

Ambler, Charles:
Mass Media and Leisure in Africa.
The International Journal of African Historical Studies (Boston, Mass.), Vol. 35, No. 1, 2002: 119-136.

Arlt, Veit & Ernst Lichtenhahn:
Recordings of African Popular Music: A Valuable Source for Historians of Africa.
History in Africa (Cambridge), Vol. 31, 2004: 389-391.

Arnaud, Gérald:
L’économie des musiques africaines : un terrible paradoxe.
Africultures (Paris), 2006/4 (n° 69): 57-71.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Chapter 23 The African recording Industry.
West African Pop Roots.
Philadelphia, Pa.: Temple University Press, 1992: 247-255.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
The Problems of Oral Copyright.
in: Frith, Simon (ed.): Music and Copyright.
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1993: 146-158.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
The Music Business in Africa in view of Global Trends.
in: Aluede, C.; K. Samuel & F. Adedeji (eds.):
African Musicology: Past, Present and Future.
Ile-Ife: Association of Nigerian Musicologists, 2014: 283-295.

Kitchner, Julie:
Record Pirates Exploit Famine.
New African (London), No. 221, February 1986: 48.

Malm, Krister:
Intellectual Property Rights and Unfair Exploitation of
Traditional Music and Other Traditional Knowledge in Africa.
in: Thorsén, Stig-Magnus (ed.):
Sound of Change. Social and Political Features of Music in Africa.
Stockholm: SIDA Studies No. 12, 2004: 120-134.

Ouma, Marisella:
Copyright and the Music Industry in Africa.
The Journal of World Intellectual Property (Hoboken, N.J.), Vol. 7, Issue 6, 2004: 919-932.

Perullo, Alex:
Conceptions of Songs. Ownership, Rights, and African Copyright Law.
in: Stone, Ruth M. (ed.):The Garland Handbook of African Music.
2nd revised edition
New York, N.Y. & London: Routledge, 2008: 44-53.

Stapleton, Chris & Chris May:
Chapter The Record Industry.
African All-Stars. The Pop Music of a Continent.
London: Quartet Books, 1987: 257-295.
US reprint
African Rock: The Pop Music of a Continent.
New York, N.Y.: Obelisk/Dutton, 1990: 257-295.

Vernon, Paul:
Odeon Empire.
The Early History of German Involvement in World Music Recording.
Folk Roots (London), Nos. 170/171 (Vol. 19, Nos. 2/3), August/September 1997: 33-34 & 37.

Vernon, Paul:
Odeon Records. Their ‘Ethnic’ Output.
Musical Traditions (Stroud, Glostershire), No. 14, 1997. Online edition.

 West Africa general / Afrique de l’Ouest  en général / África Ocidental em gera l

Arlt, Veit:
The Union Trade Company and Its Recordings:
An Unintentional Documentation of West African Popular Music, 1931-1957.
History in Africa (Cambridge), Vol. 31, 2004: 393-405.

Bender, Wolfgang:
A Unique Case and Opportunity: In Favor of a Study on the UTC Label.
History in Africa (Cambridge), Vol. 31, 2004: 441-445.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Chapter 20 The West African Recording Business.
Musicmakers of West Africa.
Washington, D.C.: Three Continents Press, 1985: 149-155.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Chapter 44 The West African Recording and Music Business.
Highlife Time. Second revised edition.
Accra: Anamsesem Publications, 1996: 245-250.

Laing, Dave:
IFPI Makes New Piracy Seizure in Nigeria and Benin.
Africa Music (London), No. 24, March-April 1985: 13-14.

Mbaye, Jenny F.:
On the Rogue Practices of West African Musical Entrepreneurs.
in: Pieterse, Edgar & Abdou Maliq Simone (eds.):
Rogue Urbanism: Emergent African Cities.
Cape Town: African Centre for Cities & Jacana Media, 2013: 253–264.

Taylor, Alan R.:
Notes on the West African Record Industry.
Africa Report (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 13, No. 1, January 1968: 2.

Vernon, Paul:
Savannaphone. Talking Machines Hit West Africa.
Folk Roots (London), No. 122 (Vol. 15, No. 2), August 1993: 21, 23 & 25.

 Burkina Faso  

Arnqvist, Maria & Stig-Magnus Thorsén:
Music Industry in Burkina Faso and Mali – The Case of Seydoni Production.
Interview with Richard Traore (Burkina Faso).
in: Thorsén, Stig-Magnus (ed.):
Sound of Change. Social and Political Features of Music in Africa.
Stockholm: SIDA Studies No. 12, 2004: 107-119.

 Côte d’Ivoire  

Bensignor, François and Brooke Wentz:
Côte d’Ivoire Heart of the Industry.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham & Richard Trillo (eds.):
World Music. The Rough Guide, Volume 1: Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
London: The Rough Guides, 1999: 472-476.

Sangaré, Yacouba:
« Le marché de la musique n’est pas encore mûr en Afrique. »
Entretien avec Jean-Alain Texier directeur général de Jat Music (Abidjan).
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 49-50.

Wentz, Brooke:
Ivory Towers: The Abidjan Recording Industry.
in: Broughton, Simon; Mark Ellingham, David Muddyman & Richard Trillo (eds.):
World Music. The Rough Guide.
London: The Rough Guides, 1994: 284-286.

 Ghana  

Beeko, E. Kwadwo Odame:
The Dual-Relationship Concept of Right-Ownership in Akan Musical Tradition:
A Solution for the Individual and Communal Right-Ownership Conflicts in Music Production.
International Journal of Cultural Property (Cambridge), Vol. 18, Issue 3, August, 2011: 337-364.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Crisis in the Ghanaian Music Industry.
West Africa (London), 20 August 1979: 1493.
Reprint
in: Imfeld, Al (Hrsg.):
Verlernen, was mich stumm macht. Lesebuch zur afrikanischen Kultur.
Zürich: Unionsverlag, 1980: 226-228.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Folklore – Some Problems of Copyright.
Ghana Copyright News (Accra), Issue 3, January 1991-December 1992: 17-19.
Based on a paper presented at the National Workshop on Copyright held by the
Ghana Copyright Administration, the Ghana National Commission on Culture
and the World Intellectual Property Organisation, WIPO, at the Academy of
African Music and Arts, AAMA, at Kokrobite, Accra October 9th-11th 1990.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
High-technology, Individual Copyrights and Ghanaian Music.
in: Lauer, Helen (ed.):
Ghana:  Changing Values/Changing Technologies. Ghanian Philosophical Studies, II.
Washington, D.C.: The Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, 2000: 183-201

Collins, [Edmund] John:
A Quarter Century of Problems. The Way Forward. The Gospel Boom.
[Three articles on the Ghanaian Music Industry].
West Africa (London), Issue 4339, 19-25 August 2002: 8-13.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
The ‘Folkloric Copyright Tax’ Problem in Ghana.
Media Development. The Journal of the World Association for
Christian Communication (London), No. 1, 2003: 10-14.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Copyright, Folklore and Music Piracy in Ghana.
Critical Arts. A Journal of South-North Cultural and Media Studies (Durban),
Vol. 20, Issue 1, July 2006: 158-170.

Fosu-Mensah, Kwabena:
Keeping Talent at Home.
[Interview with Dick Essukfie-Bondzie, Essiebons Enterproses Ltd.].
West Africa (London), 3 September 1984: 1778-1779.

Gagakuma, Setorwu:
Ghana’s Number One Recording Studio.
New African (London), No. 222, March 1986: 52.

Nketia, J[oseph] H[anson Kwabena]:
The Grammophone and Contemporary African Music in the Gold Coast.
Procedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the
West African Institute of Social and Economic Research.
Ibadan: University College, 1956: 191-202.

 Mali  

Barlet, Olivier:
Mali K7 : les pirates ont la peau dure.
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 47-48.

Melville, Caspar:
Valuing Tradition: Mali’s Jeliw, European Publishers and Copyright.
Journal of Popular World Music (Sheffield), Vol. 4, No. 1, 2017: 10-44.

Skinner, Ryan Thomas:
Artists, Music Piracy, and the Crisis of Political Subjectivity in Contemporary Mali.
Anthropological Quarterly (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 85, No. 3, 2012: 723–754.

 Nigeria  

Adedeji, Wale:
The Nigerian Music Industry: Challenges, Prospects and Possibilities.
International Journal of Recent Research in Social Sciences and Humanities IJRRSSH
(Lucknow, U.P.), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January-March 2016: 261-271.

Adeleke, A.;
Music Industry in Nigeria: A Definition and Tools for Quality Music Production.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 9-10, No. 1, 2008-2009: 85-98.

Adeleke, A.;
Music Business Operation in Nigeria: A Definition and how to make it Work.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 9-10, No. 1, 2008-2009: 99-111.

Anonymous:
Tanbansi Records. Growing, Growing, Growing.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 52 & 88.

Anonymous:
Decca (West Africa) Ltd. Reaping the Fruits of a Sound Corporate Strategy.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 55 & 62-63.

Anonymous:
RMNL. 20,000 LPs Daily.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 56-57 & 64-65.

Anonymous:
Polygram Records Ltd. Playing a Dominant Role in the Market.
Nigeria Pop Annual 1980 (London): 58-60.

Anonymous:
Increased High Technology. [Tabansi Records Portrait].
Africa Music (London), No. 3, May-June 1981: 26-27.

Anonymous:
EMI Plans for the Future. [EMI (N) Ltd.].
Africa Music (London), No. 4, July-August 1981: 26-27 & 35.

Anonymous:
Recording Studio Opens in Lagos. [32-track EMI (N) Ltd.].
West Africa (London), 31 August 1981: 2014-2015.

Anonymous:
PMAN: A Powerful Tool against Piracy.
[Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria].
Africa Music (London), No. 10, July-August 1982: 16-17.

Anonymous:
Polygram on the Move Again. [Polygram Nigeria].
Interview with Robert Martijnse
Africa Music (London), No. 10, July-August 1982: 34.

Anonymous:
Twilight Records Moves Ahead. [Advertiser’s supplement].
Africa Music (London), No. 22, July-August 1984: 23-25.

Anonymous:
Japex Records Limited. [Advertiser’s supplement].
Africa Music (London), No. 24, March-April 1985: 16-17.

Anonymous:
From Lagos to Montevideo. Polygram Sends off Martijnse.
[Interview with Robert Martijnse].
Africa Music (London), No. 25 [Summer] 1985: 21.

Bender, Wolfgang:
Das Nigerphone Label – Afrikanische Musik braucht keine Hilfe.
Afrika hilft sich selbst. Prozesse und Institutionen der Selbstorganisation.
Schriften der Vereinigung von Afrikanisten in Deutschland (Hamburg), Band 15, 1994: 482-496.

Bender, Wolfgang:
Kapitel 4.9 Die Tonträger – Ihre Produktion und Vermarktung.
Der nigerianische Highlife. Musik und Kunst in der populären Kultur der 50er und 60er Jahre.
Wuppertal: Edition Trickster im Peter Hammer Verlag, 2007: 233-271.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Seventy-five Years of African Recording.
Today, Nigeria is Africa’s Recording Giant. John Collins
Examines its Growth and Reflects on Future Problems.
Africa Now (London), No. 13, May 1982: 64-65.

Daramola Y.:
Mr. Machine: Influence of Modern Technology on Nigerian Popular Music.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 2 (Special Edition), 2001: 97-102.

Emielu, Austin [‘Maro]:
Pathways to a Sustainable Development of the Music Industry in Nigeria.
Nigeria Theatre Journal (Owerri), Vol. 8, No. 2. 2005: 284-298.

Faniyi, Kehinde Oluyemisi; Oluwarotimi Olaosebikan;
Omolara Olasunbo Loko & Olugbenga Olanrewaju Loko:
Recording Technology in Contemporary Nigeria:
Connecting the Nigerian Youth and the Drive for Development and Sustainability.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 14, No. 1, 2016: 99-113.

Fiofori, Tam:
Concerted Action. [2nd PMAN].
West Africa (London), 21 May 1984: 1069-1070.

Loko, O. O.:
The Internet and Music Industry in Nigeria.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 9-10, No. 1, 2008-2009: 215-224.

Loko, Olugbenga:
Psychosocial Perspectives on Music Piracy in Nigeria.
Nigerian Music Review (Ile-Ife), Vol. 14, No. 1, 2016: 59-71.

Obu, Nkem Ugo:
Polygram Nigeria: The Record Industry Leaders. [Advertiser’s supplement].
Africa Music (London), No. 15, May-June 1983: 22-27.

Obu, Nkem [Ugo]:
Rogers All Stars Super Groups. [Advertisment].
Africa Music (London), No. 17, September-October 1983: 24-25.

Ojukwu, Ebele V.; Young Sook Onyiuke & Chinyere C. Esimone:
Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement in Nigeria: A Prop for Music Industry.
US-China Education Review B (Valley Cottage, N.Y.), Vol. 5, No. 6, June 2015: 373-381.

Onwuegbuna, Ikenna Emmanuel:
Digitizing the Analogue: The Creative and Economic Impacts of the Nigerian Audio Engineer.
Journal of the Association of Nigerian Musicologists (Ile-Ife), Vol.  5, 2011: 68-79.

Onyezili, Frank N.:
The Making of Phonodisk.
Africa Music (London), No. 1, Janauary-February 1981: 26-27, 31-32.

Tabansi, Prince G.A.D.:
New Sound Techniques. [Tabansi Records].
Africa Music (London), No. 9, May-June 1982: 22 & 36-37.

 Sénégal  

Bachelier, Sophie:
Droits d’auteur : pour que les artistes existent !
Entretien avec Mme Siby, directrice du Bureau sénégalais des Droits d’auteur.
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 36-43.

Bachelier, Sophie:
Le point de vue d’Aziz Dieng. Studio Midimusique, Dakar.
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 44-46.

Mbaye, Jenny F.:
Géographies de l’économie de la musique hip hop au Sénégal.
in: Roy-Valex, Myrtille & Guy Bellavance (dir.):
Arts et territoires à l’ère du développement durable. Vers une nouvelle économie culturelle ?
Laval: Presses de l’Université Laval, 2015: 231-258.

Merriam, Alan P.:
Music.
Africa Report (Washington, D.C.), Vol. 13, No. 2, February 1968: 6.
[On record production and the record market in Senegal].

Ndour, Saliou:
Industrie musicale au Sénégal : étude d’une évolution.
in: Mudimbe, V[alentin] Y. (ed.):
Contemporary African Cultural Productions.
Dakar: CODESRIA, 2012: 129-176.

Pratt, Andy C.:
The Music Industry and its Potential Role in Local Economic Development: The Case of Senegal.
in: Barrowclough, Diana & Zeljka Kozul-Wright (eds.):
Creative Industries and Developing Countries: Voice, Choice and Economic Growth.
London & New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 2008: 130-145.

 Sierra Leone  

Bender, Wolfgang:
Farewell to the Queen – African Music on Shellac Discs.
The Gramophone Library of the Sierra Leone Broadcasting Service.
in: Schmidhofer, August & Dietrich Schüller (Hrsg.):
For Gerhard Kubik. Festschrift on the Occation of his 60th Birthday.
Wien: Hans Lang, 1994: 219-244.

Collins, [Edmund] John:
Chapter 42 The Sierra Leone Producer Akie Deen and his Disco-Maringas and Discolypso.
Highlife Time. Second revised edition.
Accra: Anamsesem Publications, 1996: 233-235.

 Togo  

Adewusi, Abiade B[asil]:
Chapitre 21 Propriété Intellectuelle :
Droit des artistes, lutte contre la Piraterie, le Syndicalisme.

La Chanson Togolaise. De la tradition à la modernité.
Lomé: Editions Moffi, 2010: 291-294.

 Central Africa / Afrique central / África Central  

 Cameroun  

Sitchet, Christine:
L’autoproduction, business rentable ?
Entretien avec Pablo Symbol, chanteur d’origine camerounaise.
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 18-20.

 Congo-Brazzaville  

Tsokini, Guillaume:
La contrefaçon sur le marché phonographique au Congo-Brazzaville : cassettes et disques.
in: Kadima-Nzuji, Mukala & Alpha Noël Malonga (dir.):
Ininéraires et convergences des musiques traditionelles et modernes d’Afrique.
Paris: L’Harmattan / Brazzaville: FESPAM, 2004: 467-471.

 RD Congo  

Bender, Wolfgang:
Die frühe Schallplattenproduktion im Kongo – Zwischenbericht.
in: Bröcker. Marianne (Hrsg.):
Berichte aus dem ICTM-Nationalkomitee Deutschland (1999 und 2000), Doppelband IX und X.
Bamberg: ICTM-Nationalkomitee Deutschland, 2001: 193-205.

Mensah, Ayoko:
« Les maisons de disques ne font jamais de cadeau :
elles font du business. » Entretien avec Lokua Kanza.
Africulture (Paris), n° 29, juin 2000: 28-35.

Mutanda, Kabeya Nsenda:
La problématique des droits d’auteurs en République démocratique du Congo : cas de la SONECA.
in: Kadima-Nzuji, Mukala & Alpha Noël Malonga (dir.):
Ininéraires et convergences des musiques traditionelles et modernes d’Afrique.
Paris: L’Harmattan / Brazzaville: FESPAM, 2004: 449-453.

Ndoni ,Théodore Nganzi:
Quelle société d’auteurs et d’artistes interprètes pour la République démocratique du Congo ?
Nécessité de la restructuration de la SONECA.
in: Kadima-Nzuji, Mukala & Alpha Noël Malonga (dir.):
Ininéraires et convergences des musiques traditionelles et modernes d’Afrique.
Paris: L’Harmattan / Brazzaville: FESPAM, 2004: 455-459.

Tsambu Bulu, Léon:
La musique populaire urbaine en RDC :
le paradoxe d’un produit culturel national et marchand importe.
Enjeux (Yaoundé), n° 20, juillet-septembre 2004: 7-13.

Tsambu Bulu, Léon:
Épure d’un développement de l’industrie du disque congolaise par le mécénat privé.
Revue africaine des médias (Dakar), vol. 13, nᵒ 2, 2005: 36–67.

 East Africa / Afrique de l’Est en général / África Oriental em geral  

Graebner, Werner:
The First 35 Years of Commercial Recording in East Africa, 1928-1963.
Processes of institutionalization (some preliminary research findings).
Research Paper. Institute of African Studies, University of Nairobi, 1989. 23 p.

Harrev, Flemming:
Jambo Records and the Promotion of Popular Music in East Africa.
The Story of Otto Larsen and East African Records Ltd. 1952-1963.
in: Bender, Wolfgang (ed.): Perspectives on African Music.
Bayreuth African Studies Series (Bayreuth), No. 9, 1989: 103-137 (+ 13 photos).
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Malm, Krister & Roger Wallis:
Chapter 5 Case Study Kenya & Chapter 6 Case Study Tanzania.
Media Policy and Music Activity.
Abingdon & New York, N.Y.: Routledge, 1992: 84-107 & 108-124.

Morin, Matthew M.:
Music, Memory, and Economy: NGO Initiatives of East Africa’s Zilizopendwa Progenitors.
The World of Music, New Series (Berlin), Vol. 3, Issue 1, January 2014: 63-80.

Perullo, Alex & Andrew J. Eisenberg:
Musical Property Rights in Tanzania and Kenya after TRIPS.
in: Davis, Matthew & Debora Halbert (eds.):
The Sage Handbook of Intellectual Property.
London & Los Angeles, Calif.: Sage Publications, 2015: 148-164.

Tracey, Hugh:
Recording Tour, May to November 1950 East Africa.
African Music Society Newsletter (Johannesburg), Vol. 1, No. 4, June 1951: 38-51.

Vernon, Paul:
Feast of East.
Delvings into the History of World Music Recording Touches Down in East Africa.

Folk Roots (London), No. 145 (Vol. 17, No. 1), July 1995: 26-27 & 29.

 Ethiopia  

Bender, Wolfgang:
Initial  Research into the Life and Work of Tessema Eshete:
The First Etiopian Singer to Record Commercially.
in: Uhlig, Siegbert (ed.):
Proceedings of the XVth International Conference of Ethiopian Studies Hamburg, July 20-25, 2003.
Äthiopistische Forschungen, Band 65.
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 2006: 403-408.

 Kenya  

Blewett, Robert A. & Michael Farley:
Institutional Constraints on Entrepreneurship in Kenya’s Popular Music Industry.
in: Spring, Anita & BarbaraMcDade (eds.);
African Entrepreneurship: Themes and Realities.
Gainesville, Fla.: University of Florida Press, 1998: 233-250.

Ekdale, Brian:
Global Frictions and the Production of Locality in Kenya’s Music Video Industry.
Media, Culture & Society (London), 2018, Vol. 40, Issue 2, 2018:.211-227.

Malm, Krister & Roger Wallis:
Chapter 5 Case Study Kenya.
Media Policy and Music Activity.
London: Routledge, 1992: 84-107.

Wallis, Roger & Krister Malm:
The Interdependency of Broadcasting and the Phonogram Industry.
A Case Study Covering Events in Kenya during March 1980.
Mediacult Documents, No. 6.
Wien: International Institute for Audiovisual Communication and Cultural Development, 1980. 32 p.
Reprint
in: Horn, David & Philip Tagg (eds.):
Popular Music Perspectives.
Göteborg & Exeter: IASPM, 1982: 93-110.

Wanyama, Mellitus Nyongesa:
Policy and Implementation: A Case of Music Copyright Laws in Kenya.
Muziki (Pretoria), Journal of Music Research in Africa, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2007 27-41.

 Tanzania  

Clark, Msia Kibona:
The Role of New and Social Media in Tanzanian Hip-Hop Production.
Cahiers d’études africaines (Paris), 2014/4 (n° 216): 1115-1136.

Graebner, Werner:
The Interaction of Swahili Taarab Music and the Record Industry.
A Historical Perspective (Tanzania).
in: Beck, Rose-Marie & Frank Wittmann (eds.):
African Media Cultures – Transdisciplinary Perspectives /
Cultures de médias en Afrique – perspectives transdisciplinaires.
Topics in African Studies, Vol. 2.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag , 2004: 171-192.

Reuster-Jahn, Uta & Gabriel Hacke:
The Bongo Flava Industry in Tanzania and Artists’ Strategies for Success.
Arbeitspapiere / Working Papers, Nr. 127.
Institut für Ethnologie und Afrikastudien.
Johannes Gutenberg‐Universität (Mainz), 2011. 21 p.
Reprint
in: Krings, Matthias & Uta Reuster-Jahn (eds.):
Bongo Media Worlds: Producing and Consuming Popular Culture in Dar es Salaam.
Mainzer Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung, Band  34.
Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2014: 24-42.

Tsuruta, Tadasu:
Music as a Profession:
Dance Bands Musicians in Dar es Salaam and their Urban Networks.
in: Kawada, Junzo & Kenichi Tsukada (eds.):
Cultures sonores d’Afrique, Vol. 2.
Hiroshima: Hiroshima City University, 2001: 127-147.

 Indian Ocean general  / l’Océan Indien en général / Oceano Índico em geral  

Samson, Guillaume & Julien Mallet:
Droits d’auteur, bien commun et création.
Tensions et recompositions à Madagascar et à La Réunion.
Gradhiva. Revue d’anthropologie et d’histoire des arts (Paris), n° 12, 2010: 117-137.

 Madagascar  

Mallet, Julien:
Industrie du disque, musique africaines et naissance du tsapiky.
‘Jeune musique’ de Tuléar (Sud-Ouest de Madagascar).
in: Nativel, Didier & Faranirina V. Rajaonah (dir):
Madagascar et l’Afrique: Entre identité insulaire et appartenance historique.
Paris, Karthala, 2007: 469-481.

 Southern Africa / Afrique austral / África Austral  

 Malaŵi  

Lwanda, John Lloyd:
Computers, Culture and Music: The History of the Recording Industry in Malawi.
The Society of Malawi Journal (Blantyre), Vol. 66, No. 1, 2013: 23-42.

 South Africa  

Andersson, Muff:
Part 2 Chapter 2 The Politics of Production. Interviews with Independent Producers.
Music in the Mix. The Story of South African Popular Music.
Johannesburg: Ravan Press, 1981: 61-83.

Boloka, Gibson:
Cultural Studies and the Transformation of the Music Industry:
Some Reflections on Kwaito.
in: Wasserman, Hermann & Sean Jacobs (eds.):
Shifting Selves: Post-Apartheid Essays on Mass Media, Culture and Identity
Cape Town: Kwela Books, 2003: 97-108.

Chapman, Chris:
Popular Music and the Markets of Apartheid.
Staffrider (Johannesburg), Vol. 7, No. 2, 1988: 79-83.

Coplan, David [Bellin]:
The African Musician and the Development of the
Johannesburg Entertainment Industry, 1900-1960.
Journal of Southern African Studies (Oxford), Vol. 5, No. 2, April 1979: 135-164.

Drewett, Michael:
Shifty Records in Apartheid South Africa:
Innovations in Independent Record Company Resistance.
South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 34-35, No. 1, 2015: 29-62.

Huskisson, Yvonne:
Record Industry in South Africa.
Progressus (Pretoria), Vol. 25, No. 11, November 1976: 1-17.

McNeill, Fraser G.:
Making Music, Making Money:
Informal Musical Production and Performance in Venda, South Africa.
Africa. Journal of the International African Institute (London), Vol. 82, No. 1, 2012: 93-110.

Ratiba, Matome M.:
To Copyright ‘dikosa tsa setso’ or not: Pondering the Challenges.
Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems  (Pietermaritzburg), vol. 11, no. 2, 2012: 233-244.

Seroff, Doug:
Shifty Record Company.
“Do something to facilitate the change in South Africa”.
Keskidee (Rochford, Essex), No. 2, 1990: 22-26.

Sherman, Barry:
The Culture of Digital Music Piracy: A South African Perspective.
South African Music Studies (Matieland), Vol. 28, No. 1, 2008: 93–117.

Special Correspondent of The Star, Johannesburg:
African Music from the Point of View of the Recording Industry.
African Music (Roodepoort), Vol. 3, No. 2, 1963 41-42.

 Zambia  

Koloko, Leonard:
Part Three Legends behind the Scenes.
Zambian Music Legends.
Research Triangle Park, N.C.: Lulu.com, 2012: 336-369.

 Zimbabwe  

Brusila, Johannes:
Between Vinyl and Piracy: The Music Industry of Zimbabwe.
in: Hautamäki T. & H.Järviluoma (eds.). Music on Show: Issues of Performance.
Tampere: Department of Folk Tradition, University of Tampere, 1998: 52-55.

Butete, Victoria Blessing:
The Challenges Facing the Music Industry in Zimbabwe:
A Case of the National Arts Council of Zimbabwe.
The Dyke (Gwelo), Vol. 8, No. 3, 2014: 163-183.

Cameron, Sheila:
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