Friedman, Daryl
August 2007
Mix;Aug2007, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p20
The article reports on an advocacy initiative which was launched by the Producers & Engineers Wing of the Recording Academy to fight for the royalty rights of the performing artists for recordings that are aired on radio. It is explained that it is only the songwriter who is paid and not the performing artist everytime a recording is played on the radio. It is pointed out that the U.S. is the only OECD country that lacks this provision.


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