You might have noticed in some grocery stores or coffee shops that when you go to check out there are a handful of CDs for sale. That impulse purchase spot is one of the few places you can buy CDs these days, now that most of us buy or steal music online.
That might just seem like inevitable technological evolution to you. But what happens when the world changes and you own a record label?
Dan Storper is the founder of Putumayo World Music, a phenomenally successful specialty label that has sold over 30 million CDs.