RIAA Now Trying to Kill Radio?

(FMQB) A new proposal from the music industry suggests that terrestrial radio should be paying a performance royalty, similar to satellite and Internet radio. Broadcasters have not paid artists or labels for the past 70 years for the right to play their music. NAB President/CEO David Rehr has now sent a letter out to all Senators and members of the House of Representatives asking for them to oppose this suggested new "tax."[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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