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« Topic Start: April 30, 2007, 09:49:49 am »

Radio's Tangled Web
New copyright fees threaten to push Internet radio stations out of business—but they won't go without a fight.

“April 30, 2007 - As you read these words on your monitor, there is a decent chance that you’re also streaming a little online radio. After all, with an estimated listenership of approximately 50 million Americans per month, Internet radio has become a go-to destination for a fuller spectrum of music, an alternative to FM’s mind-numbing monotony. And if you are one of those listeners, mark May 15 on your calendar: it might well be the day that the music dies.”

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18384667/site/newsweek/

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« Reply #1: April 30, 2007, 06:13:33 pm »

Radio's Tangled Web
New copyright fees threaten to push Internet radio stations out of business—but they won't go without a fight.

Actually, no matter what happens, Internet radio isn't going to disappear.  There are lots of non-US stations that are not affected by this company's apparent ability to buy off the US Copyright panel setting these very high prices.
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