Minister of sound

Ashton, Robert
November 2007
Music Week;11/24/2007, Issue 47, p8
Trade Publication
The article presents a profile of Margaret Hodge MBE, the Minister for Culture, Creative Industries and Tourism and her work in relation to the music industry. Hodge is addressing the high priority issues of intellectual property, copyright, and music piracy in the Creative Economy Programme paper which includes negotiations with Internet Service Providers. INSET: End of CEP consultation welcomed.


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