Japan's labels meet radio but fail to find answers

McClure, Steve
October 1994
Billboard;10/1/94, Vol. 106 Issue 40, p49
Trade Publication
Reports on the agreement between Japanese record companies and FM radio stations of a need for a collaborative effort between the two sectors as expressed during a Tokyo conference titled FM Forum. Failure to arrive at definitive ideas to foster cooperation; Opinions of industry executives; Recording Association of Japan as conference sponsor; FM as a promotional medium.


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