Pandora has filed an appeal against the BMI rate court decision that ruled the internet radio platform should pay the PRO 2.5% of its revenues.
While BMI was able to claim the decision as a significant step in the right direction earlier this year, the rate of rival PRO ASCAP of 1.85% was upheld by the US Second Circuit Court of Appeals.
Pandora has argued that Judge Stanton, who made the BMI decision, was wrong to disregard the confirmation of ...
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