December 2011
Music Week;12/2/2011, Issue 48, p12
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The article focuses on the plan of Sony/ATV Music Publishing (UK) Ltd. chief executive officer (CEO) Marty Bandier to win back control of EMI Publishing's catalogues and songwriters. Bandier states that the EMI brand will be maintained since it is too good to make it disappear. He adds that the two publishing companies will not exist as separate operations but will be seen in a way that EMI asset are looked at Sony/ATV.


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