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Clarification on Warner Music's Position

Kim Hart

In the previous blog post about Warner Music Group's licensing deal with social network imeem, I included a comment by Michael Nash, the label's executive vice president of digital strategy and business development, that it's fair to assume Warner is in discussions to make its content available to other big social networks as well.

After speaking in more depth to the folks over at Warner, I wanted to clarify Warner's position. In fact, the label is not limiting licensing agreements only to social networks. It is considering making its content available on a wide range of online ad-supported services that do not necessarily center around a social network. For example, Warner also has a licensing deal with YouTube.

By Kim Hart  |  March 24, 2008; 2:17 PM ET  | Category:  Kim Hart
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Do the artists individually have a say to be or not be connected to a particular video or social network?

Posted by: stgenerations | March 26, 2008 3:09 PM

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