The Center for Internet and Society is representing Collegiate Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) in connection with the Copyright Office's determination of royalty rates for the compulsory license for webcasting copyrighted music. These rates were set for the first time this year by a panel of arbitrators appointed by the Copyright Office, as approved and modified by the Librarian of Congress. CBI, which represents about 100 broadcasters affiliated with educational institutions, was not able to participate in the expensive royalty arbitration. Read more about Appeals of Order setting royalty rates for webcasting
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