Clayton Hirst: From Britney to Brit pop to Beijing

From the Independent:

The former managing director of the Zomba record label will head a newly created office in Beijing, partly funded by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). UK Music Services will act as a point of contact for independent UK music companies wanting to break acts in China. The Government is keen to promote the UK’s music industry and believes that China is relatively untapped by new Western acts.

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