Shut that window, says MMF

Webster and others like ERA believe the long lead times between a record being played on the radio and its availability in stores is creating fertile ground for pirates. He wants the gap reduced significantly or cut to nothing and at the University of Westminster's music business network last night he said, "If we had a level playing field and a rule that said 'if it goes to radio, it's on sale'. Then everyone would adapt. People would learn to ...

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