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AUSTRALIA-ROYALS
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April 23, 2014
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge looks on as Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is shown how to play on...
Elizabeth, Australia
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge looks on as Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is shown how to play on...
Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge looks on as Prince William, Duke of Cambridge is shown how to play on DJ decks at the youth community centre, The Northern Sound System in Elizabeth near Adelaide, April 23, 2014. Britain's Prince William and his wife Catherine are undertaking a 19-day official visit to New Zealand and Australia with their son George. REUTERS/Morne de Klerk/Pool (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT ROYALS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
USA/
RTX15T29
November 25, 2013
A man peruses albums displayed inside of the record store Rough Trade in the Williamsburg neighborhood...
New York, UNITED STATES
A man peruses albums displayed inside of the record store Rough Trade in the Williamsburg neighborhood...
A man peruses albums displayed inside of the record store Rough Trade in the Williamsburg neighborhood of New York, November 25, 2013. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL BUSINESS)
USA-DETROIT/
RTX15AZI
November 13, 2013
A vacant house covered with hundreds of vinyl LP music albums, known as the 'House of Soul', is seen...
Detroit, UNITED STATES
A vacant house covered with hundreds of vinyl LP music albums, known as the 'House of Soul', is seen...
A vacant house covered with hundreds of vinyl LP music albums, known as the 'House of Soul', is seen near the internationally known Heidelberg Project outdoor art installation by artist and founder Tyree Guyton in Detroit, Michigan September 26, 2013. The house was burned to the ground early November 12, 2013 and is being investigated as arson. Photo taken September 26. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CRIME LAW ENTERTAINMENT)
MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH
RTX12QW2
August 19, 2013
Employee Petr Pasek controls the matrix as it is used to carve on a copper master record as part of the...
Lodenice, Czech Republic
An employee controls the matrix as it is used to carve on a copper master record as part of the creation...
Employee Petr Pasek controls the matrix as it is used to carve on a copper master record as part of the creation process for vinyl records at the GZ Media factory in Lodenice August 1, 2013. With 7 million records made in 2012 and an expected 10 million this year, GZ Media says it is the world's biggest vinyl record producer, making records for Universal Music Group, Sony Music and now beginning to cooperate with Warner Music. Picture taken August 1, 2013. To match MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH
RTX12QVR
August 19, 2013
Employee Radek Sikal separates the master record from a matrix copy after galvanization of vinyl records...
Lodenice, Czech Republic
An employee separates the master record from a matrix copy after galvanization of vinyl records at the...
Employee Radek Sikal separates the master record from a matrix copy after galvanization of vinyl records at the GZ Media factory in Lodenice August 1, 2013. With 7 million records made in 2012 and an expected 10 million this year, GZ Media says it is the world's biggest vinyl record producer, making records for Universal Music Group, Sony Music and now beginning to cooperate with Warner Music. Picture taken August 1, 2013. To match MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH
RTX12QVO
August 19, 2013
Employee Petra Kottova checks the sound quality of a pressed vinyl record at the GZ Media factory in...
Lodenice, Czech Republic
An employee checks the sound quality of a pressed vinyl record at the GZ Media factory in Lodenice
Employee Petra Kottova checks the sound quality of a pressed vinyl record at the GZ Media factory in Lodenice August 1, 2013. With 7 million records made in 2012 and an expected 10 million this year, GZ Media says it is the world's biggest vinyl record producer, making records for Universal Music Group, Sony Music and now beginning to cooperate with Warner Music. Picture taken August 1, 2013. To match MUSIC-VINYL/CZECH REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
USA/
RTXZJC0
May 12, 2013
Jahan Yousaf (L) and Yasmine Yousaf of the U.S. electronic dance music group Krewella perform at the...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Jahan Yousaf and Yasmine Yousaf of the U.S. electronic dance music group Krewella perform at the 2013...
Jahan Yousaf (L) and Yasmine Yousaf of the U.S. electronic dance music group Krewella perform at the 2013 Wango Tango concert at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California May 11, 2013. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRITAIN
RTXY8CG
April 04, 2013
Britain's Prince William (C) listens to music during his visit to the Quarriers Stopover Project in Glasgow,...
Glasgow, United Kingdom
Britain's Prince William listens to music during his visit to the Quarriers Stopover Project in Glasgow,...
Britain's Prince William (C) listens to music during his visit to the Quarriers Stopover Project in Glasgow, Scotland April 4, 2013. The Quarriers Stopover is a short-term residential unit for 14 young people aged between 16 and 25 who find themselves homeless. REUTERS/Danny Lawson/pool (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS)
STORM-SANDY/
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November 16, 2012
A record is seen in front of a home destroyed by a fire during Storm Sandy in the Breezy Point neighborhood...
Queens, UNITED STATES
A record is seen in front of a home destroyed by a fire during Storm Sandy in the Breezy Point neighborhood...
A record is seen in front of a home destroyed by a fire during Storm Sandy in the Breezy Point neighborhood of Queens, New York November 16, 2012. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
SOCCER-EURO/
RTR33LUY
June 14, 2012
A man watches the Euro 2012 Group C soccer match between Italy and Croatia at a street market in downtown...
Milan, Italy
A man watches the Euro 2012 Group C soccer match between Italy and Croatia at a street market in downtown...
A man watches the Euro 2012 Group C soccer match between Italy and Croatia at a street market in downtown Milan June 14, 2012. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
CROATIA/
RTR33DYA
June 10, 2012
A chocolate gramophone record is pictured in its packaging at the Nadalina chocolate and spice company...
Split, Croatia
A chocolate gramophone record is pictured in its packaging at the Nadalina chocolate and spice company...
A chocolate gramophone record is pictured in its packaging at the Nadalina chocolate and spice company factory, in Split June 10, 2012. The chocolate gramophone record plays the song "O kakva luna" ("Oh, what a moon"). Nadalina makes two such chocolate gramophone records a day, and each is priced at 13.24 euro ($16.60). REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SOCIETY)
SPAIN/
RTR32ZYR
June 01, 2012
Tourists waves to a DJ inside Paradis disco in San Antonio in the Spanish Balearic island of Ibiza early...
San Antonio, Spain
Tourists waves to DJ inside Paradis disco in San Antonio in the Spanish Balearic island of Ibiza
Tourists waves to a DJ inside Paradis disco in San Antonio in the Spanish Balearic island of Ibiza early June 2, 2012. The island of Ibiza is one the top locations chosen by British citizens to spend their holidays. REUTERS/Enrique Calvo (SPAIN - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
RUSSIA/
RTR32QHZ
May 28, 2012
Vitaly Islentyev, 65, works on a computer as he listens to a gramophone record at his private house in...
Yeniseisk, Russia
Vitaly Islentyev works on a computer as he listens to a gramophone record at his private house in the...
Vitaly Islentyev, 65, works on a computer as he listens to a gramophone record at his private house in the town of Yeniseisk, some 330 km (205 miles) north of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, May 27, 2012. Islentyev, a pensioner who worked as a driver for 47 years, has collected relic pieces such as gramophone records, accordions and bayans. However, the main item of his collection is the wooden carpenter's plane. Approximately 760 exhibits of 20 various types, made in Germany, the United Kingdom, France, Russia and other countries, and manufactured in the 18th to the 20th centuries, are stored at Islentyev's museum. According to documents provided by the Book of Records of Russia, Islentyev owns the biggest collection of wooden carpenter's planes in the country. Picture taken May 27, 2012. REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin (RUSSIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
ARGENTINA/
RTR2S7XO
October 04, 2011
A single Gold record for the album Paperback Writer given to The Beatles is displayed at an exhibition...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
A single Gold record for the album Paperback Writer given to The Beatles is displayed at an exhibition...
A single Gold record for the album Paperback Writer given to The Beatles is displayed at an exhibition in Buenos Aires, October 4, 2011. The Gold record is part of Raul Blisniuk's collection of 122 items from the The Beatles that will be auctioned in Buenos Aires on October 13. The memorabilia includes photographs, posters, records, guitars, drawings and original autographs. REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian (ARGENTINA - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
BRITAIN-ROYAL/WEDDING
RTXUYYP
November 23, 2010
A record cover showing a defaced picture of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, wearing her engagement...
London, United Kingdom
A record cover showing a defaced picture of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer is displayed in the...
A record cover showing a defaced picture of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, wearing her engagement ring, is displayed in the window of a rare books shop in London November 23, 2010. Britain's Prince William is to marry his fiancee Kate Middleton on Friday, April 29 next year at London's Westminster Abbey. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT SOCIETY ROYALS)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQWD
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQW8
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin...
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQW4
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin...
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQW0
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin
U.S. singer Lady Gaga arrives to receive four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQVV
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin...
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses after receiving four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQV7
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
US singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives 4 platinum awards and 3 ECHO awards in Berlin
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQV0
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga gestures as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga gestures as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin...
U.S. singer Lady Gaga gestures as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTR2DQUX
May 11, 2010
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin...
U.S. singer Lady Gaga poses as she receives four platinum record awards and three ECHO awards in Berlin, May 11, 2010. The 23-year old singer was awarded for the sales of 800,000 of her two records, before her concert in the German capital on Tuesday. ECHO is a German music award granted annually by The German Phonographic Academy. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MUSIC-VINYL/
RTXRMEJ
December 08, 2009
An interior view of the Criminal Records store in Toronto December 1, 2009. As music lovers approach...
Toronto, Canada
An interior view of the Criminal Records store in Toronto
An interior view of the Criminal Records store in Toronto December 1, 2009. As music lovers approach a new decade in this still-young century, a recording technology once considered old and obsolete -- vinyl -- has been making a strong comeback. Picture taken December 1, 2009. REUTERS/Terri Coles (CANADA ENTERTAINMENT)
PEOPLE-JACKSON/
RTR252MH
June 26, 2009
Sunlight hits a vinyl recording by Michael Jackson as it lays at his memorial on his star on the Hollywood...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Sunlight hits a vinyl recording by Michael Jackson as it lays at his memorial on his star on the Hollywood...
Sunlight hits a vinyl recording by Michael Jackson as it lays at his memorial on his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles, California, June 26, 2009. Jackson, the child star turned King of Pop who set the world dancing but whose musical genius was overshadowed by a bizarre lifestyle and sex scandals, died on Thursday. He was 50. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES ENTERTAINMENT OBITUARY)
PEOPLE-JACKSON/
RTR252JH
June 26, 2009
A woman holds a copy of the album 'Thriller' and another carries a local newspaper as fans commemorate...
New York, UNITED STATES
A woman holds a copy of the album 'Thriller' and another carries a local newspaper as fans commemorate...
A woman holds a copy of the album 'Thriller' and another carries a local newspaper as fans commemorate pop icon Michael Jackson at the Apollo Theater in New York June 26, 2009. Jackson, the child star turned King of Pop who set the world dancing but whose musical genius was overshadowed by a bizarre lifestyle and sex scandals, died on Thursday. He was 50. REUTERS/Eric Thayer (UNITED STATES)
BRITAIN/
RTXE42U
April 18, 2009
A man flicks through records in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day, in central London April...
London, United Kingdom
A man flicks through records in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day in central London
A man flicks through records in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day, in central London April 18, 2009. The day aimed to celebrate independent record stores. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
BRITAIN/
RTXE42P
April 18, 2009
A man looks at a record in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day, in central London April 18,...
London, United Kingdom
A man looks at a record in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day in central London
A man looks at a record in the Phonica record store on Record Store Day, in central London April 18, 2009. The day aimed to celebrate independent record stores. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
ISRAEL-ELECTION/CAMPAIGN
RTXB780
February 04, 2009
Israel's Foreign Minister and Kadima party candidate Tzipi Livni speaks during an election campaign party...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Israel's Foreign Minister Livni speaks during an election campaign party in Tel Aviv
Israel's Foreign Minister and Kadima party candidate Tzipi Livni speaks during an election campaign party in a dance club in Tel Aviv February 3, 2009. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL)
BRITAIN/
RTXB6ZX
February 03, 2009
Records are seen on display at an Oxfam store in Dalston in east London November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Simon...
London, United Kingdom
Records are seen on display at an Oxfam store in Dalston in east London
Records are seen on display at an Oxfam store in Dalston in east London November 28, 2008. REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN)
CUBA-HEMINGWAY/
RTX7KS5
July 03, 2008
A visitor looks into the house of late Nobel-prize winning author Ernest Hemingway at Finca Vigia in...
Havana, Cuba
A visitor looks into the house of late Nobel-prize winning author Ernest Hemingway at Finca Vigia in...
A visitor looks into the house of late Nobel-prize winning author Ernest Hemingway at Finca Vigia in Havana July 2, 2008. The bell tolled for Hemingway on Wednesday as Cubans marked the 47th anniversary of his death by ringing a bell and playing music from the opera "Aida" at his home outside Havana. REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
SOCCER/
RTR1WOKX
February 04, 2008
Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham talks to the media after the first training session for the 2008 Major...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham talks to the media in Carson
Los Angeles Galaxy's David Beckham talks to the media after the first training session for the 2008 Major League Soccer season in Carson, California February 4, 2008. REUTERS/Mark Avery (UNITED STATES)
RACING-ASCOT/
RTR1R028
June 21, 2007
A race-goer with a hat made of an LP record arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the...
Ascot, United Kingdom
Race-goers arrive for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting
A race-goer with a hat made of an LP record arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting June 21, 2007.REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
RACING-ASCOT/
RTR1R025
June 21, 2007
A race-goer with a hat made of an LP record arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the...
Ascot, United Kingdom
Race-goers arrive for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting
A race-goer with a hat made of an LP record arrives for Ladies Day on the third day of racing at the Royal Ascot meeting June 21, 2007. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
PRAGUE  EXHIBITION
RTR1OU3P
April 20, 2007
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition called the "Orbis Pictus" in Prague, April 12,...
Prague, Czech Republic
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition called the "Orbis Pictus" in Prague, April 12, 2007. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
CZECH-EXHIBITION/
RTR1OK5F
April 12, 2007
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition called the "Orbis Pictus" in Prague, April 12,...
Prague, Czech Republic
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition called the "Orbis Pictus" in Prague
A girl listens to a device at an interactive exhibition called the "Orbis Pictus" in Prague, April 12, 2007. REUTERS/Petr Josek (CZECH REPUBLIC)
MEDIA MUSIC LAWSUITS
RTR1IEZP
October 17, 2006
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
John Kennedy, chairman of IFPI, speaks during news conference at a hotel in Rio de Janeiro
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing the recording industry worldwide, speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2006. The music industry has launched a fresh wave of 8,000 lawsuits against alleged file-sharers around the world, escalating its drive to stamp out online piracy and encourage the use of legal download services. IFPI which represents the world's music companies, said on Tuesday the new cases were brought in 17 countries, including the first ones ever in Brazil, Mexico and Poland. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
MEDIA MUSIC LAWSUITS
RTR1IEZJ
October 17, 2006
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
John Kennedy, chairman of IFPI, speaks during news conference at Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro...
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing the recording industry worldwide, speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2006. The music industry has launched a fresh wave of 8,000 lawsuits against alleged file-sharers around the world, escalating its drive to stamp out online piracy and encourage the use of legal download services. IFPI which represents the world's music companies, said on Tuesday the new cases were brought in 17 countries, including the first ones ever in Brazil, Mexico and Poland. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
MEDIA MUSIC LAWSUITS
RTR1IEZE
October 17, 2006
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
John Kennedy, chairman of IFPI, speaks during news conference at Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro...
John Kennedy, chairman of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), representing the recording industry worldwide, speaks during a news conference at Copacabana Palace Hotel in Rio de Janeiro October 17, 2006. The music industry has launched a fresh wave of 8,000 lawsuits against alleged file-sharers around the world, escalating its drive to stamp out online piracy and encourage the use of legal download services. IFPI which represents the world's music companies, said on Tuesday the new cases were brought in 17 countries, including the first ones ever in Brazil, Mexico and Poland. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
INDIA
RTR1H6I0
September 10, 2006
An antique furniture seller displays an old gramophone player outside his shop in the eastern Indian...
Kolkata, India
An antique furniture seller displays an old gramophone player outside his shop in the eastern Indian...
An antique furniture seller displays an old gramophone player outside his shop in the eastern Indian city of Kolkata September 10, 2006. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
VENEZUELA HIP HOP
RTR1CSQY
April 25, 2006
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas...
A boy works on a turntable in the neighborhood of "Pinto Salinas" during a hip-hop performance in Caracas April 21, 2006. In the sprawling, urban ghettos of Caracas, President Hugo Chavez's self-styled socialist revolution is getting a hip hop flavor. Tiuna El Fuerte, a collective named after an local indigenous hero, is bringing rap shows and street performances to impoverished neighborhoods as part of Chavez's oil-financed social reforms for the poor. Organizers say their cultural project mirrors Chavez's programs, which supporters say have given more participation to the poor majority long abandoned by previous governments. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
HONGKONG
RTR19076
January 26, 2006
Ricky Fung, CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Hong Kong Group,...
City, China
IFPI Hong Kong Group CEO Ricky Fung attends a news conference in Hong Kong
Ricky Fung, CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Hong Kong Group, attends a news conference in Hong Kong January 26, 2006. IFPI Hong Kong Group was pleased with a Hong Kong court's decision for granting the necessary disclosure orders on Thursday which represents the first step of their effort in enforcing the digital rights of the record industry in the territory. Hong Kong has joined 17 countries in the world to fight against online piracy of musical sound/visual recordings by taking legal actions against copyright infringers for illegal music files sharing activity. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG
RTR18ZRT
January 26, 2006
(L-R) Ian Yung, Multimedia Department senior manager of Emperor Entertainment Group, Ariel Fung, managing...
City, China
Ian Yung, Ariel Fung, Ricky Fung, Caroline Chow and Desmond Lee attend news conference in Hong Kong
(L-R) Ian Yung, Multimedia Department senior manager of Emperor Entertainment Group, Ariel Fung, managing director of Sony BMG Music Entertainment Hong Kong Ltd., Ricky Fung, CEO of International Federation of Phonographic Industries (IFPI) Hong Kong Group, Caroline Chow, director of New Media of EMI Music Hong Kong and Desmond Lee, managing director of EMI Music Hong Kong, attend a news conference in Hong Kong January 26, 2006. IFPI Hong Kong Group and record companies in the territory were pleased with a local court's decision for granting the necessary disclosure orders on Thursday which represents the first step of their effort in enforcing the digital rights of the record industry in the territory. Hong Kong has joined 17 countries in the world to fight against online piracy of musical sound/visual recordings by taking legal actions against copyright infringers for illegal music files sharing activity. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
HONGKONG
RTR18ZRF
January 26, 2006
Ricky Fung (C), CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Hong Kong Group,...
City, China
IFPI Hong Kong Group CEO Ricky Fung speaks in Hong Kong
Ricky Fung (C), CEO of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) Hong Kong Group, speaks to reporters during a news conference in Hong Kong January 26, 2006. IFPI Hong Kong Group was pleased with a Hong Kong court's decision for granting the necessary disclosure orders on Thursday which represents the first step of their effort in enforcing the digital rights of the record industry in the territory. Hong Kong has joined 17 countries in the world to fight against online piracy of musical sound/visual recordings by taking legal actions against copyright infringers for illegal music files sharing activity. REUTERS/Bobby Yip
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