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THIS PHOTO IS HIGHLY DISRUPTIVE

At the "Digital Disruption: Up Close and Personal" confab hosted by AIMP L.A. at Lawry's Prime Rib in Beverly Hills, a group of extremely disruptive industry figures assembled for this strongly disruptive photo op. "Streaming is having a transformative impact on our industry," pronounced Gang, Tyre, Ramer & Brown's Don Passman. "However, it brings with it unique challenges. For example, the many label executives I represent are running out of places to put their yachts." Seen just before tucking into a slab of beef the size of a coffee table are (l-r) AIMP President Michael Eames of PEN Music Group, WME Entertainment's Marc Geiger, Warner/Chappell's Clark Miller, Passman and UMG's Jeff Harleston.

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