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February 23, 2002 | JON HEALEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An independent record label has agreed to provide more detailed disclosures to consumers about its copy-protected CDs, settling a lawsuit brought by a California resident. Karen DeLise of Marin County sued after buying the Music City Records release "Charley Pride--A Tribute to Jim Reeves," which uses technology from Sunncomm Inc. to deter digital copying.
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September 6, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Years ago, conductors with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra would get hot under the collar when they'd arrive for rehearsal and find their best string players missing, holed up in one of Chet Atkins' RCA recording sessions on Music Row. Today, there are enough string players to go around, but that link between the city's orchestra and its country-music heritage persists, evident in a new $123.5-million symphony hall opening Saturday.
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