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I heard it on TV

CBS heads into new territory with record contracts linked to television, iTunes downloads

CBS Records has signed artists (above, from left) P.J. Olsson, Señor Happy, Wilshire, and Will Dailey in a new TV/iTunes venture. CBS Records has signed artists (above, from left) P.J. Olsson, Señor Happy, Wilshire, and Will Dailey in a new TV/iTunes venture.
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / March 23, 2007

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You've seen it before: The pop-up card in the corner of your television screen telling you which rock band or singer-songwriter supplied the mood-enhancing tune for that night's episode of . . . you name it. Nearly every prime-time TV show incorporates pop songs, which work like emotional shorthand to ratchet up the passion or heartbreak, angst or elation. And ... (Full article: 1044 words)

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