2014年02月21日

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Internet radio silently protests royalties


Internet radio silently protests royalties

Many fans of computer radio will be tuning in to nothing tuesday, as many webcasters interact"A nationwide day of silence,

It is a protest against what webcasters call excessive royalties on the background music they stream.New royalty rates are set to take effect in just three weeks.

Johnnie floater is live 365's gm of media.He says listeners have supported Buy Jewelry combating the rate increases.He also says live 365 is willing to forego its advertising revenue because the royalty increases do not consider the value that web radio offers the music industry.

"We have to look Pandora Jewelry:http://www.fachphoto.com/ at what internet radio does for the record companies.Beside developing royalties, it comes out with an immense amount of promotion for a wide amount of artists that are not heard somewhere else, floater declares. "You're going to silence one of the strongest tools for music and that's what you're going to hear tomorrow silence,

Several public r / c will also shut down their music streams to protest the rate increases that are set to take effect july 15.

The new rates depend on a per song, per crowd formula.The old rates were based on a portion of webcasters' revenue.

The burgeoning internet radio industry has collectively argued that those rates will put many webcasters bankrupt.

At a recent seminar on digital media, jonathan knitter, executive director of digital media association, says silence is what listeners can get if the new rates go into effect.

"Silence may become pervasive on dedicated websites if the royalty rates stay in effect or go into effect on july 15, knitter says. "I think the goal is to do get people to make a change to get the webcasters to stay on the air,

Those supporting the royalty increases say the money goes to musicians who are creating a few possibilities for the webcasters.

John simson is the manager director of soundexchange, the firm created by the recording industry to collect royalties from internet radio outlets.

"The lack of music will happen when performers are not adequately compensated fairly for creating, simson tells people. "I think in their own individual back handed way they are proving our point, which is performers need to reimbursed so we will have wonderful works being created,

Congress has already gotten active in the royalty fight.Two bills making their way the actual house and senate roll back the rates.



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