Mobile phones have emerged as a great way for music labels and artists to generate buzz for new songs, in part because there are no piracy concerns associated with distributing tunes via wireless carriers. "Telecommunications and wireless companies are the future's most promising distributors of music-based content," Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr. said last week. "How we affiliate with artists ... the deals we strike, the services we provide, all these ... are being transformed."

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