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Strang gets props from LA Times

CROWING ABOUT CAMERON: Warner/Chappell ruler Cameron Strang got some major props from the L.A. Times yesterday in its belated report on Big Jon Platt joining the pubco. “Since joining Warner/Chappell in 2010, Strang has pursued a two-prong strategy to add to the company's catalog and sign emerging talent,” Times business reporter Alex Pham pointed out. “Warner's stature in the music-publishing business is increasingly viewed as critical to providing a stable, high-margin revenue stream at a time when recorded music sales have eroded. In July, Strang spearheaded a deal to acquire the copyrights of film scores from hundreds of Miramax movies, including Good Will Hunting, The Cider House Rules, Gangs of New York and Finding Neverland. Platt's addition fulfills the second part of Warner's strategy to add new talent, which is seen as a vital step to growing the company's revenue.” (9/11a)

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