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This week in commentary we heard from experts on what YouTube has in common with whore houses and meth labs, looked at whether or not music supervisors are killing songwriting, and the magic that is music on the cloud. What Whore Houses, Meth Labs And YouTube Have In Common [Op-ed...
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