Pandora appeals against BMI rate court decision

Tom Pakinkis

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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