Ferguson, Tom; Eliezer, Christie; Brandle, Lars
October 2004
Billboard;10/23/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 43, p60
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on events and issues in the music industry as of October 23, 2004. Appointment of Rajat Kakar at Universal Music India; Rejection of the appeal filed by Sharman Networks in the copyright-infringement suit filed by music companies in Sydney, New South Wales; Award received by singer Shania Twain at the 2004 BMI London Awards.


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