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President Joe Biden has authorised the release of 50m barrels of oil “over the coming months” from the US strategic petroleum reserve in a move co-ordinated with China, India, Japan, South Korea and the UK to drive down fuel prices and FT Video journalist and producer Donell Newkirk discusses his FT documentary on the evolution of the music industry.


US to release 50m barrels of oil from reserves - with Derek Brower

https://www.ft.com/content/4e7f2590-1a4f-4792-9e64-eafabdef6534


How to make money in the music business - with Donell Newkirk

https://www.ft.com/video/cae8ce65-9639-4c9d-978c-b5759d0774f5


Radiohead’s interactive ‘exhibition’ pushes music and games into new territory

https://www.ft.com/content/eb18c19a-d568-4436-991c-d4e302a3cdc0


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