‘Acid Test’ On Webcast Fees

Federal regulators face an “acid test” of whether Canadian royalties are competitive enough to justify expansion of internet radio services, says a copyright attorney. The Copyright Board after six years of study and review fixed royalty fees owed by internet webcasters to artists and record companies: “The rates are pretty low”.

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