The Music-Copyright Enforcers

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Sun, Aug 8th, 2010 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

Being a BMI licensing exec is one of the hardest jobs a person can have, Mike O'Neill, senior vice president of repertoire and licensing, told John Bowe of The New York Times. "It's different from other industries and sales situations," O'Neill said. "Clients aren't deciding whether to pay you so you can send them your product. They've already got it."

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