BetaNews Dissects Proposed Internet Radio Royalty Fees
March 9, 2007 at 3:03 PM (PT)
Following the U.S. COPYRIGHT ROYALTY BOARD's adoption of the "per play" rate proposal for Internet radio put forth by SOUNDEXCHANGE, BETANEWS is projecting "with confidence" that SOUNDEXCHANGE will become a $2.3 billion-per-year business if the new rates are ratified. It uses charts and graphs to dissect what radio stations pay and whether online music providers will be treated fairly under the proposal.
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