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Funny How that Works: @edchristman reports: Irving Azoff, Top Radio Groups Reach Temporary Licensing Agreement — MUSIC • TECHNOLOGY • POLICY

When two rational actors are economically interdependent on one another, disputes tend to get solved at a market clearing price. So it is with Global Music Rights and the goliath Radio Music License Committee that itself is a member of the even bigger goliath MIC Coalition.

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In A Goolag State Of Mind

Radio Group signs a deal with Songwriting Organization( while suing another).

It seems the Radio Music License Committee (RMLC), an organization who represents thousands of terrestrial radio stations in the U.S., has agreed to a five year deal with ASCAP(performance rights organization).   194 more words


BMI, ASCAP, SESAC, Music License, and Copyright...

This blog, and events page, have garnered some attention in recent weeks, both in appreciation of the existence of said blog, in a seemingly soundless Boerne, and the subsequent, annexed conversation surrounding the music licensing forced upon small business owners by Performing Rights Organizations (PRO’s) such as BMI, ASCAP, and SESAC. 622 more words


Upstart Music Licensing Company Accuses Radio Stations of Unlawful Cartel

Global Music Rights, an upstart music licensing company founded by Irving Azoff, filed a federal anti-trust suit on Wednesday against the Radio Music License Committee, accusing the group of running an unlawful cartel on behalf of the nation’s radio stations. 763 more words


USA DOJ Appeals Decision on Fractional Music Licensing

Lost in the news of the election, on Nov. 11, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a notice of appeal from an adverse decision issued by Judge Louis Stanton, who rejected a… 686 more words

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