Listen: New York Times, Howard King And KCRW discussed on Morning Edition
"L, A, attorney, Howard king told the LA times that no one ever told his clients their intellectual properties may have. Been destroyed. He declined to mention who his clients are a report by the New York Times says the total number of master, recordings lost in the fire could run as high as five hundred thousand U, N G said there were numerous inaccuracies about the fire affected assets in the New York Times story. King says he expected to file individual lawsuits on behalf of clients rather than class action, suits other firms say they're looking into whether they'll sue on behalf of their clients to the New York Times, article said that court documents revealed a year after the fire found that Universal Music sued NBC universal and its parent, alleging negligence in the maintenance of the storage unit and seeking unspecified compensation and damages. A confidential settlement was reached in two thousand thirteen among the irreplaceable original masters, or by Billie holiday, Aretha Franklin, buddy, Holly, and Elton, John for KCRW. Larry Parral Californians. Seemed to be of two minds on the death penalty. According to a new poll, narrow majority supports governor Gavin Newsom moratorium on executions, but an even larger majority wants to keep cap. Punishment on the books KCRW Eric, Roy explains fifty two percent of California voters endorsed governor newsome's blanket, reprieve for the more than seven hundred inmates on California's death row. That's according to a new UC, Berkeley poll, just under half of those survey. Oppose the moratorium, yet the same poll shows that more than six out of ten voters want to keep the death penalty as a possible punishment for serious crimes on"