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The CMU Podcast – November 2012

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So, the CMU Podcast, looking back at happenings in the music industry during the month of November, is now ready for your listening pleasure. On it, Chris and Andy can be found discussing the impending relaunch of MySpace, Pandora’s campaign to pay lower royalties and Radical.fm’s attempt to run a streaming service on a pay-what-you-want basis; plus, Robbie Williams’ departure from the Radio 1 playlist, Death Grips’ departure from Sony Music, and Rihanna’s departure from various airports with 150 journalists in tow.

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