Could Congress’ ‘CASE’ Increase Radio and TV Copyright Riffs?



Copyright infringement seems to be a topic that rears its ugly head far too often in the Radio industry. From getting a C&D letter from the office of New York-based attorney Richard Liebowitz to being asked to fork over unpaid royalties to such music rights groups as Irving Azoff’s GMR, radio broadcasting companies have certainly had much to discuss of late with their respective legal counsels.

But, what if Congress got involved? A bill that passed the House in October and is currently up for consideration in the Senate may be of interest to those worried about litigious activities — and payments — in the years to come.

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