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SESAC Faces Class-Act Lawsuit

SESAC Faces Class-Act Lawsuit

On November 4th a group of television broadcasters came together to file a...

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Do Ringtones Constitute A Public Performance?

Do Ringtones Constitute A Public Performance?

On October 14th, 2009, the performing rights society ASCAP, and all the...

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Redefining Public Performances: Interpreting Musi...

Amid the increasingly liquid landscape of the music industry, there is a...

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Recording Industry v. Broadcasting Industry

In February of this year the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee...

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Veoh Networks Lawsuit

On September 14th, 2009, a Federal Judge in Los Angeles, CA threw out a...

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Avoiding the Copyright War of 2013

Avoiding the Copyright War of 2013

For all the cultural cache and tabloid-mystique of the record industry, the...

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The DMCA: Juggling Copyrights and Unfettered Acces...

The DMCA: Juggling Copyrights and Unfettered Access For Ten Years

When the Digital Millennium Copyright Act was signed into law in October 1998,...

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Buzzword: New Copyright Form–Form CO

On July 1st of this year the United States Copyright office, a division of the...

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Royalty Agreements in New Business Models

Traditionally royalties are paid to composers, labels, and publishers through...

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Privacy vs. Piracy

Privacy vs. Piracy

One of the biggest perils that the music industry faces today is the ferocious...

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Performance Royalties In New Media

Q: How do artists collect royalties when their sound recordings are performed...

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Buzz Word: Recording Industry Association of Ameri...

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) is a trade group. The...

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