Copyright Royalty Board Calls for Petitions to Participate in Proceeding to Set Webcasting Royalties for 2016-2020

January 6, 2014

The Copyright Royalty Board today published in the Federal Register its notice announcing the commencement of the next proceeding to set webcasting royalty rates for 2016-2020.  The Notices (here for webcasting and here for “new subscription services”

 

Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2014/01/articles/copyright-royalty-board-calls-for-petitions-to-participate-in-proceeding-to-set-webcasting-royalties-for-2016-2020-posing-many-questions-for-potential-participants/

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