CRB to Tackle Royalty Rates for Public, Satellite Radio

January 11, 2016

Round one down; here comes round two. The Copyright Royalty Board announced plans for several new rate-setting proceedings that will affect performance rates paid to artists whose work is heard in public broadcasting, satellite radio and the distribution of CDs and albums.

 

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/article/crb-to-tackle-royalty-rates-for-public-satellite-radio/277865


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