Faxon in LAT

FAXON SPEAKS (BUT NOT TO US): In town for the Grammys, the EMI chief sat down with L.A. Times business reporter Alex Pham to reiterate and elaborate on his “global rights management” approach and the need to keep the company intact. Sample quote: “The industry is suffering from a lack of perspective. You have to have a broader view. You can't think the world is made of discs. We make music, and music touches consumers in vast numbers of ways. We have to look at music not as a thing but a set of rights that we manage into every possible channel. The ability to link recorded music and music publishing is essential to making that transition.” (2/14a)

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