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Video Game Makers Push to License Beatles Songs

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Video Game Makers Push to License Beatles Songs

Video Game Makers Push to License Beatles Songs

Video Game Makers Push to License Beatles Songs

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For so long, the Beatles have held on tight to the rights to their music. Now two big video game makers are looking to license Beatles songs for video games, and they're in talks with representatives for the band's music.

Co-host Ari Shapiro talks to Edward Woo, analyst at Wedbush Morgan Securities, about what that means for the video game industry and the music group.

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