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Steve Purdham

Hi Bruce,
Interesting article. I agree that Scholl has reason to be concerned by the latest development between labels and MySpace, but at the same time the changes in the music distribution are driven by consumer demand so it may be that labels are left little choice but to embrace new channels.
It would be hard for Newscorp’s MySpace to play outside the realm of fairness, as other music distribution services are increasingly gaining competitive edge. As for We7, it’s our aim to offer services that both labels and artists can benefit from, and by that, I mean paying all artists per download regardless of their status.
Steve Purdham – CEO of We7

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