Royalty Rates

Some articles on royalty, royalty rates, rate:

Music Royalties - Royalties in Digital Distribution - US Regulatory Provisions
... Under the Act, the compulsory royalty (the royalty schedule follows) was to be shared in the manner 50% to the record companies, 45% to featured ... recordingsā€ of a sound recording (temporary copies) to facilitate streaming but with a royalty to be paid ... The Table below titled SUMMARY OF STATUTORY ROYALTY RATES FOR DIGITAL WEBCASTING - UNITED STATES encapsulates the royalties set for non-interactive webcasting ...
Internet Radio - History - US Royalty Controversy
... Some observers said that royalty rates that were being proposed were overly burdensome and intended to disadvantage independent Internet-only stations ... "a coalition of listeners, artists, labels and webcasters" that opposed the proposed royalty rates ... on the consequences of the impending rate hike, many US Internet broadcasters participated in a "Day of Silence" on June 26, 2007 ...
Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel - Panel Function
... of the Register of Copyrights, and is sanctioned to appoint and organize copyright arbitration royalty panels ... purpose of the panel is to make decisions involving the adjustment of copyright royalty rates as well as the terms and payments of royalties that fall ... When determining the reasonable royalty rates, the Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panel attempts to make the creative works accessible to the public, to grant the copyright holder a fair reward for the work ...

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