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(From China Daily)
"A real crisis is pending," says Wu Yiqun, chairman of the Shanghai Association of Culture and Entertainment Industry, at his fifth-floor office in downtown Shanghai.
And the stern expressions on the faces of Wu's guests seem to justify his anxiety.
Last Wednesday several local major karaoke operators gathered at Wu's office to find out how the industry plans to tackle the issue of copyright infringement raised by music companies.
Late last year Sony Music Entertainment (Hong Kong) Ltd sued Cashbox, a well-known karaoke operator in the city, for playing three MTVs without approval from Sony, producer of the music video products.