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Music Licensing Hearings Begin Tuesday

June 9, 2014

The topic is of interest as the Justice Department has recently said it’s reviewing the consent decrees governing how much licensing fees ASCAP and BMI can garner from radio — potentially the precursor to a squabble over music and money for all parties concerned. Both music licensing groups say their agreements need to be modernized as music meets the digital age.

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