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Warner Music leaving Burbank for downtown's Arts District

Already a growing haven for artists, fashionistas, foodies and techies, the Arts District is about to get a major influx of song and dance. In a shift that reflects the increasing importance of infusing the music industry with tech culture, Warner Music Group plans to move hundreds of employees...
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