Blackburn, Eshoo re-introduce Musicians’ Rights Act

April 27, 2015

Re-introducing the Protecting the Rights of Musicians Act, House Energy and Commerce Committee Vice Chair Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) and Rep. Anna G. Eshoo (D-CA) lobbied for musical artists’ rights in Washington D.C. on Thursday.

If passed, the bill would base the ability of broadcasters to opt for retransmission consent payments on whether broadcaster-owned radio stations pay performers for their music.

Read more at: http://riponadvance.com/news/blackburn-eshoo-re-introduce-musicians-rights-act/11275


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