NAB sues over Net royalty dues

McClintock, Pamela
January 2001
Daily Variety;01/30/2001, Vol. 270 Issue 42, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the efforts of the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in overturning a copyright rule regarding music streamed over the Internet in the United States. Views of US Copyright Office registrar Marybeth Peters on the legislation; Reason of NAB for filing the lawsuit; Impact of the ruling on the revenue of record companies.


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