Streaming Rates Appealed

NPR and other entities have appealed a decision by the Copyright Royalty Board on fees to stream over the Internet.
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NPR and other entities have appealed a decision by the Copyright Royalty Board on fees to stream over the Internet.

The network and other groups asked the CRB panel for a rehearing, the first step in the appeal process.

Others who appealed the decision were Royalty Logic, Radio Broadcasters, Digital Media Association, SoundExchange, Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, Small Commercial Webcasters, Collegiate Broadcasters, and WHRB(FM), Cambridge, Mass.

Attorney David Oxenford, a partner in the law firm of Davis Wright Tremaine, stated on his blog that after receiving the appeals, the judges invited additional written comments; those were due April 2.

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