Guess Who's Behind the "Local Radio Freedom Act"?

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Hi Erik, check out our fact

Submitted by kevin on May 13, 2013 - 8:42am.

Hi Erik, check out our fact sheet on the Performance Right here: http://futureofmusic.org/article/fact-sheet/public-performance-right-sou...

When you push performance

Submitted by Mark (not verified) on April 6, 2015 - 11:51am.

When you push performance royalties on the struggling local radio industry, you force more of them out of music and toward Rush Limbaugh. By reducing the number of music stations, you contribute to the creation of the vast wasteland you bemoan. The Future of Music should support reduction of publishing royalties on at least AM stations. This would keep many from going talk or dark. They also charge far too much to make HD radio feasible other than talk. As a broadcaster, I blame excessive fees to publishers more than anything else for ruining the state of music radio programming.

Mark, I wonder what you'd say

Submitted by kevin on April 21, 2015 - 4:43pm.

Mark, I wonder what you'd say about the new proposal that caps the performance royalty at $500/station for small broadcasters?

Mark, I wonder what you'd say

Submitted by kevin on April 21, 2015 - 4:56pm.

Mark, I wonder what you'd say about the new proposal that caps the performance royalty at $500/station for small broadcasters?

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