The recent passage of the Webcaster Settlement Act in the House of Representatives means that Internet stations can continue to negotiate the lowest web royalty rates with music publishers.
Fort Worth, TX (WiredPRNews.com)—Internet music sites and online radio stations scored a major victory in their ability to cost-efficiently operate with Saturday’s unanimous passage of HR 7084.
According to an October 1, 2008 article that appeared in the website Intellectual Property Watch, the passage of the Webcaster Settlement Act by the House of Representatives allows Internet radio stations and other sites to continue to operate.
Duplium, an industry leader in disc media duplication and replication, applauds this move because this means that broadcast artists and the sites that share their content can continue to serve their customers. At Duplium, the experienced professionals operate on the same principle of offering excellent service at affordable rates.
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