Radio Streaming Rates Left Intact After Court Sides With CRB
September 18, 2018
In a move being celebrated in radio circles, a federal appeals court in Washington has upheld a decision by the Copyright Royalty Board which broadcasters felt more reasonably assessed music licensing fees for stations aiming to growth their digital reach.
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