Bill Seeks to Broaden Royalties Paid by Radio Stations

July 17, 2017

With the economics of the music industry getting increased attention in Washington, Representatives Jerrold Nadler and Marsha Blackburn announced Monday that they were introducing a broad new bill that would require radio stations to pay royalties to performing artists and address an array of other topics about the licensing of digital music.

Read more at: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/14/business/media/bill-seeks-to-broaden-royalties-paid-by-radio-stations.html


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