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Old 07-13-2007, 11:46 AM   #1
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LXer: US court ruling threatens return to dark ages of radio

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What many may describe as a ludicrous decision by a US federal court of appeal has threatened the immediate future of Internet radio, with many smaller net broadcasters saying they will not be able to afford new fees imposed by the US Government's Copyright Royalty Board. The new fee structure has resulted from intense lobbying from SoundExchange, a group representing artists and record companies.[Isn't it nice to know that when they really want something, they get it? - Scott]



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