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LABEL & PUBLISHING NEWS


UMG Testing Sale Of Unrestricted Tracks

Universal Music Group said Thursday it will sell digital music from artists such as Sting, 50 Cent and Stevie Wonder without the customary copy-protection technology for a limited time.


Universal Music Reaches Tentative Deal To Buy Britain's V2 Music

Universal Music Group said Friday it has reached a tentative agreement to buy V2 Music Group Ltd.


EMI Readies Catalog Push With 'All You Need is Love(mark)'Twist

(Hypebot) -- The outsourcing trend continues with EMI Music Marketing’s US catalog unit hire of ad firm Saatchi & Saatchi to develop and execute strategic consumer marketing campaigns for key titles from


Sony BMG Spent $240K Lobbying In 2007

Sony BMG Music Entertainment spent $240,000 in the first half of 2007 to lobby the federal government, according to a disclosure form.


Zamot Named SVP Universal Motown Records

Tracy Zamot has been appointed senior vice president of Publicity and Media Relations for Universal Motown Records.

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