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THE DEATH OF PRINT JOURNALISM: DUO TO THE MAX EDITION

Warner Bros. songstress Dua Lipa, who graces the cover of our latest print edition, has enjoyed quite a year, scoring a chart-topping—and career-making—smash with the witty, timely “New Rules” and being named both British Breakthrough Act and British Female Solo Artist at the BRITs. Though appearing on the cover of our rag is something she probably wishes she'd ruled out.

Our Contents Page VIP is WMG’s Recorded Music CEO Max Lousada, who's has been all over the map. He’s revitalizing Warner Bros. by bringing in dynamic new leadership, and he played a prominent role in luring country superstar Kenny Chesney to WMG Nashville, while his Warner U.K. continued to outpace its rivals in terms of marketshare growth. WMG’s domination of the BRIT Awards, following the company’s Grammys triumph and Dua Lipa’s explosive year, serves as icing on the cake for Lousada, sullied only by the egg on his face resulting from this Contents page appearance.

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