January 2004
Music Week;1/17/2004, Issue 2, p2
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs for the music industry as of December 17, 2004. Reports of Xfm radio state abandoning A, B, and C lists in favor of daytime and night-time playlists; Launch of the largest urban music event by the Prince's Trust; Role of Pete Tong creating and hosting world's first mobile television-style music show.


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