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The CMU Podcast – June 2013

CMU Podcast

Welcome to June’s slightly delayed podcast, in which we look back at some of the key stories of the last month (well, month and a bit). This means you get discussion about the launch of new streaming services iTunes Radio and Google Play Music All Access, Merlin’s report into the digital and streaming revenues of its indie label and distributor members, and the latest developments in Universal’s legal battler with Grooveshark. Moving away from streaming, Chris and Andy look at Eminem’s lawsuit against Facebook, Arts Council England’s new pop music fund, and the entrance exam for gigs at Venue Cymru in Cardiff.

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  • Lords pass proposed secondary ticketing regulations
  • Sankeys boss on US club closures, first ever Sankeys festival
  • Spotify goes into profit in France
  • Billy Bragg apologises to Taylor Swift, offers “full support” in “fight for transparency”
  • AC/DC ‘don’t have to fire’ Phil Rudd
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