Day 6 | Apr 20, 2013 | 13:32

Funding Canadian Music - The Factor Debate

A Canadian musician and outspoken blogger is calling out the music funding foundation FACTOR, saying some bands and labels get too big a share. Brent speaks to blogger Paul Lawton and FACTOR president Duncan McKie.

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Day 6 - Cheater's high: why do powerful people break the rules?Jun 12, 2015 | 10:02Day 6 Cheater's high: why do powerful people break the rules? Audio
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