noah | November 29, 2007 10:20 am

Highlights from this morning’s Warner Music Group Q4 conference call: Edgar Bronfman Jr. is predicting a rebound in 2008; he also thinks that record companies should now be known as “music-based content companies” (quite the melodic turn of phrase there, Junior); ringtones are losing their luster (who could have predicted that?) and the new plan is for WMG to “window” music releases, i.e. slowly rolling out a lot of music-related products from artists over time, instead of just putting out one album every couple of years or so. [Silicon Alley Insider]