TITLE

MUSICIANS ORG TAKES PIRATE FIGHT TO CAPITOL HILL

AUTHOR(S)
Crabtree, Susan
PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Daily Variety;2/18/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 38, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports that singer/songwriter Don Henly is urging fellow musicians to take their political concern to the U.S. Congress for them to act on the devastating impact of online file-swapping and consolidation in the media and radio industries on artists. Efforts to strengthen the Recording Artists' Coalition's lobbying by opening an office in Washington, D.C.; Plan of the coalition to partner with the Recording Industry Association of America to share the lobbying efforts.
ACCESSION #
12327147

 

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