Tuesday marked a day of silence for web radio broadcasters as they oppose a 300 to 1,200 per cent license fee hike from the US Copyright Royalty Board.
Although the fees are set by a government body, they would only get the idea from a strong lobby group such as the RIAA. As the dinosaurs from the record labels attempt to make the online world adjust to its 20th century thinking, it is charging online broadcasters a fee per station. But that doesn't work very well for broadcasters who allow users to create their own stations, such as Pandora.
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