DiMA reacts to CRB's proposals for Internet radio performance royalties

The CRB issued its determination earlier this week on the rates and terms for Internet radio royalties covering the 2011-2015 period, prompting DiMA's interim executive director Lee Knife to comment, "DiMA and our member companies are pleased that the Copyright Royalty Board did not adopt the extremely high rates proposed by SoundExchange.

"Over the past 10 years, webcasters have experienced a near three-fold increase in the rate they pay SoundExchange for use of sound recordings. These dramatic increases have made ...

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