Warner Music Group boss Edgar Bronfman Jr is moving to London with his family, and has given an interview to the Financial Times in which he’s pretty optimistic about WMG’s prospects going forward. He claims that WMG has now signed half of its active artists to 360-degree deals, and suggests that finding the right mobile music model “remains ahead of us”. Oh, and he’s not too keen on free music either: “You an want your music or your news or your movies for free, but all that will ultimately happen is there will be no music or news or movies because nobody will be able to afford to deliver it.” If you’re reading, Edgar, join us for a pint at Music Ally’s local boozer anytime…

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