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360 deal

360 deal
 n.— «This was the year of the so-called “360 deal,” what some are calling the wave of the future in which companies like concert promoter Live Nation cut $100-million plus deals with longtime major-label superstars like Madonna in exchange for a piece of her merchandising, touring and recording monies.» —“If The Old Music Business Is Dead, What’s Next?” by Gil Kaufman MTV News Dec. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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