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New Internet Radio Bill In Senate

Senator Jesse Helms is introducing the Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002, a new bill intended to provide some relief to webcasters from the extraordinary royalty rates they otherwise are obligated to pay for transmitting copyrighted sound recordings over the Internet.

A copy of the Bill is here.

This bill, if enacted, will mean that noncommercial webcasters, such as college Internet radio stations and hobbyists, do not need to make
any payment until June 20, 2003. Read more » about New Internet Radio Bill In Senate

New Internet Radio Bill In Senate

Senator Jesse Helms is introducing the Small Webcaster Settlement Act of 2002, a new bill intended to provide some relief to webcasters from the extraordinary royalty rates they otherwise are obligated to pay for transmitting copyrighted sound recordings over the Internet.

A copy of the Bill is here.

This bill, if enacted, will mean that noncommercial webcasters, such as college Internet radio stations and hobbyists, do not need to make any payment until June 20, 2003. Read more » about New Internet Radio Bill In Senate

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