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News: Music Publishers: 'Copyright Should Be Technology Neutral'
Posted on Monday, October 12, 2009 @ 10:53:14 UTC
Topic: Industry News

Composers, music publishers and songwriters have told federal lawmakers that regardless of whether music is distributed to consumers via TV, DVDs or digital download, they need legislative help to ensure they get their fair share. Two weeks ago, I wrote a story about how some of these groups want iTunes and other Web music retailers to pay performance fees for downloads of TV shows and films. They also want online music stores to cough up fees for 30-second song previews. Those revelations didn't go over well with many techies. Complete Article





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