Monday, August 10, 2015
GZ Media in Lodenice - Czech vinyl village
... an extract from New York Times...
"But he was smart enough to keep a vinyl record factory here, a relic of the Communist era, through all those years when albums gave way to CDs and then to iTunes and streaming, and to be ready when vinyl suddenly got hot again.
And that is why this village of 1,800, nestled in a lush furl of the Bohemian hills, improbably finds itself a world leader in the production of vinyl albums."
Thanking New York Times and Rick Lyman.
Posted by twogoodears at 8/10/2015 08:56:00 PM