Castle, Christian L.
July 2003
Mix;Jul2003, Vol. 27 Issue 8, p18
Focuses on the fight to get public performance royalties for sound recordings in the U.S. Move of Congress with amendments to the Copyright Act; Issue about Webcasting and simulcasting royalty rates addressed by the Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel; Division of Webcasting royalties among copyright owners, featured artists, nonfeatured musicians and nonfeatured artists.


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