Congress Sidelines Radio Royalty To Advance Copyright Reform
April 12, 2018
It’s all comes down to timing for why a proposal to create a performance royalty for AM/FM airplay isn’t part of a sweeping music copyright reform package unanimously approved by the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. The bill does include some revisions that would likely impact radio, but the biggest prize sought after by the music industry remains in flux and lawmakers said they didn’t want to put the entire five-year effort in jeopardy by waiting.
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