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Recently David Israelite, CEO of the National Music Publishers Association and speaker at last year’s JETLaw symposium, promoted the use of blanket licensing for digital music services. He argued that the current system of granting permission and collecting royalties for the use of musical compositions is broken. Israelite [...]Continue Reading →
On October 28, 2009 By Rachel Perkins July 24, 2010
The American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers recently sued Verizon Wireless, alleging that Verizon was both “engag[ing] in public performances of musical works when it downloads ringtones to customers” and “secondarily liable for public performances of musical works when customers play ringtones on their telephones.” Opinion, p. 7. ASCAP [...]Continue Reading →
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