Christman, Ed; Pride, Dominic; Dezzani, Mark; Morris, Chris; Gillen, Marilyn A.; White, Adam; Mok, Davena
September 1999
Billboard;09/25/99, Vol. 111 Issue 39, p108
Trade Publication
Reports on developments concerning popular music and recording companies as of September 25, 1999. Includes Henry Droz's promotion to chairman of Universal Music and Video Distribution; Universal Music's deal with classical crossover tenor Andrea Bocelli; Global Music One's opening of an office in London, England; Expected launch of an MTV 24-hour service in Hong Kong.


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