Could James Sensenbrenner Be Radio’s Sensible Cents-Saver?



WASHINGTON, D.C. — A House Member representing Wisconsin’s Fifth District could be doing the entire radio industry a big favor as legislation that would establish new royalty fees for the airplay of recorded music makes it way across Capitol Hill.

With H.R. 3350, a database of nondramatic musical works and sound recordings would be created in an effort to help identify and compensate the rights holders. Could this be the answer for those opposed to Darrell Issa’s efforts?

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