Has RIAA and the CRB killed independent internet radio with the denial of the rate hike appeal?
Tom 2007/04/18 21:04:41
NPR's and other webcasters' efforts to roll back the crippling royalty rate hike for Internet radio stations have been gutted. A panel of judges at the Copyright Royalty Board denied their appeal, holding up "the original CRB decision in every respect," though a slight reprieve was granted in allowing stations to pay royalties based on "average listening hours" rather than per play through 2008.
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