Warner Music in Deal With China Unicom – Bloomberg

From The New York Times:

The Warner Music Group Corporation, the world’s fourth-largest record company, said it signed an agreement to provide content to China Unicom Ltd.

The agreement allows Warner Music, which is based in New York, to provide shortened versions of songs in its collection directly to China Unicom instead of selling through a third-party distributor, Ken Chan, vice president for new media at Warner Music Asia Pacific, said. [Full Text]

See also China Unicom, Warner Music ally on music offer by China Daily.


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