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February 2003
Billboard;2/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p36
Trade Publication
Reports news related to merchants and marketing in the music recording industry. Announcement that Scott Kauffman has been named president and chief executive officer of FullAudio, a digital-music service provider; Updated version that Pressplay launched of its services that features music from DreamWorks, Palm, Ubiquity, Rykodisc/Ryko Label Group, and Sub Pop; Pre-orders that Epic Records is selling of the first six AC/DC reissues; Subscription Web site that Yahoo has teamed with the Dixie Chicks to create as the band's official fan club; Other news.


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