French radio goes to war with language quotas in fight for musical freedom

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Government plans law to stop radio stations circumventing rules that state that 40 percent of songs played must be in French.

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Music radio stations in France are locked in a battle with the government over laws that force them to play a certain number of French-language songs on the airwaves, with some now planning a day-long boycott of the regulations, reports FRANCE 24.