AirTalk for March 31, 2015

A pilot program to open a path for motorists through Griffith Park to the iconic Hollywood Sign is pitting neighborhood groups against each other. Also, should police officers have access to body camera video footage before submitting their report to prosecutors? Then, we look at the impact of rap mogul Jay Z's streaming service Tidal on the music industry.
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