MoS strategy shake-up favours new European licensing deals

Talbot, Martin
February 2003
Music Week;2/8/2003, Issue 5, p4
Trade Publication
Discusses the plans of British music label Ministry of Sound to secure a network of licensing deals around Europe. Decision to abandon former target of seeking a sole international partner; Plan to exit a U.S. deal with MCA Records Group.


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