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YouTube, Record Labels And The Retailer Hegemony

Posted at 5:34PM Monday 23 Jun 2014

YouTube (i.e. Google) has put itself in the midst of a music industry conflict that may yet turn into a much need process of soul searching for the labels as they weigh up whether YouTube's contribution to their business is net positive or net negative.

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