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Death to Pandora? A guide to the looming music copyright war - The Week Magazine

Death to Pandora? A guide to the looming music copyright war - The Week Magazine | Recording Industry Battle | Scoop.it
Death to Pandora? A guide to the looming music copyright war
The Week Magazine
There's a big, contentious battle brewing in Washington and you might not even know about it. But you ...
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Shawn Smith's comment, July 20, 2014 4:16 PM
Shawn Smith's insight: These royalty wars are going to always be addressed. I believe the artist themselves should be able to profit a little more then they do. Since CD sales have gone down these artist need another way to survive.
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The music industry is still screwed: Why Spotify, Amazon and iTunes can't save ... - Salon

The music industry is still screwed: Why Spotify, Amazon and iTunes can't save ... - Salon | Recording Industry Battle | Scoop.it
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Recording Industry Battles Online Radio

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Allies of the recording industry in Congress have introduced new legislation to change copyright law in the face of a new, online landscape. But the proposal is facing criticism that it would insulate entrenched players in the market from competition, hurting consumers.
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Shawn Smith's comment, July 20, 2014 6:42 PM
Shawn Smith's insight: It's good to know that it is being considered in congress about copyright laws and royalties. So this is great news for writers and artist, but it may cause a increase consumer rates.
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Pandora Is Screwing Over Recording Artist's Royalties

Join #FOWLERNATION!! http://bit.ly/14crV4D David Lowery, songwriter and musician, had his song he wrote "Low" streamed 1159000 times on Pandora in the past...
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Shawn Smith's comment, July 20, 2014 4:21 PM
Shawn Smith's insight: Pandora played "low" 1.1 million times and he only walked away with 16 dollars. Pandora is definitely ripping off artist.
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Radio Paying Artists is a Long Way Away - Radio Ink

Radio Paying Artists is a Long Way Away - Radio Ink | Recording Industry Battle | Scoop.it
Radio Paying Artists is a Long Way Away
Radio Ink
Saga CEO Ed Christian says, although this will certainly be a battle, radio is a long way away from having to pay artists a royalty fee because so many pieces of this puzzle need to be fixed.
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