May 2003
Mix;May2003, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p17
Highlights the Independence Day: Charting a New Standard for Success, a panel discussion produced by the National Association of Record Industry Professionals in Los Angeles, California. Panelists of the debate; Theme of the discussion on music evolution; Venue of the event.


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