By May 3, 2007

Internet radio royalty increase delayed two months

Jacqui Cheng of Ars Technica just reported that the Copyright Royalty Board is delaying the proposed royalty hike until July 15, 2007. This is good news for Internet radio, but doesn’t guarantee a fair solution to the CRB’s absurd proposed fee structure.

Just in case you missed our previous coverage:

The CRB is trying to disproportionately raise Internet radio royalty fees that would cripple online stations.

Links to online petitions.

My experience in calling my representative to support HR 2060, which would control the proposed royalty fee increase.

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