PolyGram takes globe via London

Clark-Meads, Jeff
July 1995
Billboard;7/22/95, Vol. 107 Issue 29, p36
Trade Publication
Focuses on PolyGram International Music Publishing president David Hockman's thoughts on the company's edge over its competitors. Unique perspective as the only publishing firm to be based in London, England; Advantage of the company's smaller size; Relative youth of the company at eight years old; Successful moves made; Future plans.


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