Stations May be Affected by Dueling Licensing Lawsuits
December 16, 2016
A pair of fractious lawsuits surrounding music licensing fees may have a considerable impact on radio broadcasters come Jan. 1, 2017. Broadcasters learned more about it in a recent webinar by telecom law firm Fletcher, Heald & Hildreth.
Lawsuits have been filed by two organizations— one by the Radio Music License Committee against Global Music Rights, the other by GMR against RMLC — that may have an impact on copyright fees paid by radio stations.
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