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YouTube Misses Point With Lyor Cohen Hire [Bobby Owsinski]

In the wake of it's failure to pay what many executives and artists consider sufficient royalties, YouTube is attempting to appease labels with its hire of music business insider Lyor Cohen which, according to Bobby Owsinski, may do more harm than good. _________________________ Guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music...
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