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Government Shutdown Delays Start of Webcasting Royalty Proceeding

Posted in Intellectual Property, Internet Radio, Music Rights
Update – January 24, 2019 – the notice seeking petitions to participate has been published in the Federal Register, setting a filing deadline of February 4, 2019.  See our article here for more details. In our summary of January regulatory issues for broadcasters, we suggested that the Copyright Royalty Board this month might start WEB… Continue Reading

Big News That the Beatles Are Now Available on Streaming Services? – Actually They Have Been on Internet Radio All Along

Posted in Intellectual Property, Internet Radio, Music Rights, Uncategorized
Many are sitting around enjoying their holiday treats while listening to the Beatles on their favorite on-demand streaming service, and the press is treating this as a breakthrough – usually omitting the fact that the Beatles have been available on many streaming services for as long as there have been streaming services, namely on Internet… Continue Reading

Adele’s New Record is Not on Online Streaming Services – Except Where It Is – The Difference Between Interactive and Noninteractive Streaming

Posted in Intellectual Property, Internet Radio, Music Rights, On Line Media
Adele’s decision to not stream her new CD “25” on services like Apple Music and Spotify has been the talk of the entertainment press pages – like this article from the New York Times.  These articles make it sound like, if you listen to any Internet music service, you’ll not hear a song from the… Continue Reading

Apple iTunes Gets the Beatles – Why Internet Radio Had Them All Along

Posted in Internet Radio, Music Rights
The big news in the music world this week is that Apple finally is able to sell digital downloads of the Beatles catalog in its iTunes music store.  For years, the copyright holders who control the Beatles master recordings have withheld permission to use the Beatles recordings on iTunes and other digital download and on-demand streaming services, seemingly afraid of… Continue Reading