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Disney Pulls Content From Netflix To Start Own Paid Service. Could The Same Siloing Happen In Music?

Disney is pulling much of its core content from Netflix, so that it can launch its own paid streaming service. Could this happen in music? Universal execs say that they don't believe in "exclusive" releases on specific music streamers But what if the world's largest label group pulled all of...
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