RIAA: 'Broadcasters have huge monetary incentive to delay enactment of legislation'

In March, the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) unveiled the 2014 market figures for the recorded music market. The stats showed moderate growth at wholesale level – for the fourth year in a row – with revenues up 2.0% at $4.86 billion and estimated retail value down slightly - 0.5% at $6.97bn.

But for many in the industry, what mattered was the state of the digital business, and the news from that segment of the market was both ...

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