Warner Music have announced that they will be launching an e-label, where artists will release music in clusters of three songs every few months rather than a CD every few...

Warner Music have announced that they will be launching an "e-label," where artists will release music in clusters of three songs every few months rather than a CD every few years. Warners' CEO Edgar Bronfman told a conference that the e-label will permit recording artists to enjoy a "supportive, lower-risk environment" without as much pressure for huge commercial hits. In addition, artists signed to the e-label will retain copyright and ownership of their master recordings.

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