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Music Industry Pushes Congress for Copyright Reform

June 11, 2014

Nadler is referring to the patchwork of laws governing compensating music artists whether the song they produced is aired on satellite radio, terrestrial radio or Internet radio. That’s why he’s working on one music omnibus bill, to bring “fairness and efficiency to our music licensing system, and ensure that no particular business enjoys a special advantage against new and innovative technologies,” he said in a subcommittee of the House Judiciary Committee.



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