<div>Setlist: BMG moves to make record contracts fairer</div>

Setlist: BMG moves to make record contracts fairer

<div>Setlist: BMG moves to make record contracts fairer</div>
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<div>Setlist: BMG moves to make record contracts fairer</div>

CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including BMG’s announcement that it is eliminating a controversial, artist unfriendly clause from its record contracts and whether other labels might follow suit, plus what the members of BTS serving military service could mean for both the band and the South Korean economy.

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SECTION TIMES
01: BMG’s contracts (00:04:26)
02: BTS’s conscription (00:18:22)

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STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK
BMG to eliminate ‘controlled composition’ deductions in all record contracts
South Korean politician suggests BTS members should be offered “special alternative” to mandatory military service

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