Music Industry Tries To Recruit FCC To Its Side In Radio Royalty Fight

October 17, 2018

Supporters of a performance royalty on AM/FM radio have said they’ll work to make life difficult for broadcasters until the industry begins paying the fee. The latest evidence that strategy is still part of the playbook comes from the Federal Communications Commission, where the musicFirst Coalition and the Future of Music Coalition have asked the agency to reject any requests for deregulation until the royalty issue is settled.

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