Stroud's DreamWorks Stands Alone

Stark, Phyllis
December 2003
Billboard;12/6/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 49, p6
Trade Publication
Reports that DreamWorks Records division in Nashville, Tennessee will remain autonomous following the takeover of DreamWorks Records by Universal Music Group (UMG). Cost of the acquisition of the entire DreamWorks Records operation by UMG; Musicians under the DreamWorks Nashville label; Outlook of the Nashville division on the ownership change.


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