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This Week in Music Publishing: October 26, 2011

Thomas Golubic, ‘Breaking Bad’ Music Supervisor, Answers Six Questions @ BB Film & TV Music Conference

Twitter Hires Tatiana Simonian to Specialize in Music Partnerships

Business Matters: Music Discovery by the Numbers

Muppets, Teens, Tweens & Tots Take Center Stage at Billboard Film and TV Music Conference

SoundExchange Paid Out a Record $88 Million in Q3, but Big Money Is Still Going Uncollected

‘Moneyball’ and ‘Abduction’ Composers and Directors, Music Supervisors Compare Notes, Gripes @ Billboard Film & TV Music Conference

Muve Music Inks Deal with Merlin, the Self-Proclaimed ‘Fifth Major Label’

Business Matters: Vevo Racked Up 748 Million Views in September

Are We in a New Age of Licensing?

Google+ Social Network to Play Big Role in Company’s Music Store: Sources

CMJ 2011 ‘Blogfamous’ Panel: ‘You’re a Brand, You Have to Act Like One

The New Economics of the Music Industry

Rhapsody’s President “Trusts” That Artists Are Getting Paid

Twitter Is Now Following the Music Industry In a Serious Way

Is Spotify Putting Indie Musicians Out of Business?

Billionaires Feud Over EMI Label

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