Universal Music is planning to try to make ad money from music sales, and at the Roundup, we're not ready to write it off -- at least, not quite yet. Also, the final round in the iPod sweatshop story, this time with a twist of Chinese politics.
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If Google isn't doing it, it's probably not possible to support it with advertising. Still, Universal Music is planning to try, and at the Roundup, we're not ready to write it off -- at least, not quite yet. Also this week: the final round in the iPod sweatshop story, this time with a twist of Chinese politics.
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