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Stringer tease

HE’S GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING: “I think there will always be a place for taste in the commercial arena; the public are susceptible to mass entertainment, and to something that’s fresh and interesting.” So says Rob Stringer—who has deftly managed to reposition Columbia as a haven for cool left-of-center artists that also moves major tonnage—in an exclusive, in-depth Q&A with us, believe it or not. The Stringer interview, which you can read right here, kicks off a week of Q&A’s with the leaders of the Top Five labels of 2013; tomorrow we’ll have Capitol Music Group’s Steve Barnett for your delectation. So stay tuned to this bat-channel. (12/9a)

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