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Save Internet Radio

A new signing from our D.C. office was in for a shock last week when he tried to listen to his favourite US internet radio station. The station was not broadcasting on 26 June as part of a US-wide campaign to overturn a recent court ruling that would see internet radio stations pay increased royalties for each song they play. The SaveNetRadio campaign organised a day long mikes down as part of a push to get internet radio users to contact their elected representatives on the Hill in support of legislation tabled to overturn the court ruling. (Incidentally why US radio stations seem to all have acronyms for names, like KJCM in Midnight Caller, is beyond us).


July 3, 2007 at 9:10 pm Leave a comment

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