Webcasters vs. CRB: Chapter 2

Clear Channel and NPR have asked the Copyright Royalty Board to reconsider its decision to impose higher fees on Webcasters playing music. Now, it looks like the board might reconsider its decision.
Olga Kharif

Yesterday, a bunch of Webcasters, including big names like Clear Channel and NPR, had asked the Copyright Royalty Board to reconsider its decision to increase royalty fees Web stations have to pay for playing music. NPR also said it plans to appeal the decision through courts. And today, CRB said it will actually review objections to the decision on April 2.

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