Wadsworth hails DVD as future format for music

Talbot, Martin
October 2003
Music Week;10/18/2003, Issue 41, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that EMI Recorded Music chairman and CEO Tony Wadsworth has called on the record industry to embrace music DVD in Great Britain. Appeal of Wadsworth for the industry to make DVD as part of their everyday business; Need to treat music DVD as an equal partner in terms of album and artist promotion; Assertion that the industry should resist the trend of giving the format away as a bonus disc.


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