NAB, Google, Amazon Join In Music Coalition
April 29, 2015
The National Association of Broadcasters, Google and Amazon have teamed up to push back against a music industry push for a public performance right (payment) for on-air and online music.
The MIC Coalition (Music. Innovation. Consumers.) says that it is "imperative" that "music policies are balanced among all participants rather than just those of the major record labels and publishers." NAB says the goal is to make sure that copyright decisions are "grounded in rationality, affordability and predictability."
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