Long Live Web Radio! (Maybe)
Yesterday, SoundExchange, an organization that’s in charge of collecting royalties for music labels, has effectively extended an olive branch to small Web radio broadcasters, which have claimed that higher, recently established royalty rates would drive them out of business. Now, SoundExchange is offering to extend the old, lower rates through 2010.
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