Jazz legend White to lobby against high webcast royalty rates
New Orleans jazz legend Michael White will be visiting Capitol Hill to support the Internet Radio Equality Act and lobby lawmakers against the high webcaster royalty rates. He will also play a benefit concert while in town. Currently, the Internet Radio Equality Act has 150 sponsors in the House of Representatives and 5 in the Senate. For more, read The Washington Times’ coverage here.
share: del.icio.us. Reddit Digg Yahoo Wink Windows Google Newsvine
Commenting is closed for this article.
Other blog entries
Spotify is an "online music service," but that doesn't make it "radio"
How Pandora could become a $70 stock (in a few years)
Late-night addendum to the Pandora analysis: "Enterprise value"
Memorial Day cliche'
Zune's failure proves the way onto devices, for radio, is apps
Great Moments in Business Journalism VXIII -- Pandora version
Great Moments in Business Journalism XVII
NAB is negotiating a VERY FAIR deal with musicFIRST
Simulcasts aren't working
Book your TUESDAY travel to Washington, DC!
RAIN has upgraded (and moved)!
RAIN 9/13: RAIN Summit Chicago takes place today!
RAIN 9/12: First Summit in RAIN's hometown takes place tomorrow
RAIN 9/9: Summer holidays, "doldrums" impact July Webcast Metrics, but audience up over last year
RAIN 9/8: Clear Channel launches new customizable iHeartRadio beta; RAIN goes hands-on
NAB releases proposed broadcast royalty terms
SoundExchange and "Pureplay" webcasters announce 2006-2015 royalty agreement
Obama signs Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009
Senate passes Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009
House passes Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009
Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009 enters Senate
House Judiciary considers new Webcaster Settlement Act; Webcaster petition Conyers for parity