MoSTV makes most of online video boom

Howarth, Brad
May 2008
Inside Film;May2008, Issue 109, p013
he article features London, England's Ministry of Sound (MoS), which has become a record label, a fitness video maker, an online radio station and a consumer electronics brand. MoS has also emerged as major producer of internet television. A former driving force behind the creation of MoS is Assia Grazioli-Venier, who said that in the digital world, it is all about the consumers.


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