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The Future of Internet Radio

Many of us rely on internet radio, whether a feed from a specific station, or through a service such as Pandora, to get through the day. Lately there has been legal action stirring around the issue of royalties and how they are structured/assessed against internet radio providers. If you want to follow the legalese, it is H.R. 7084 Webcaster Settlement Act.

Here are some related links:

Pandora, Webcasting appear headed for Senate victory
(CNet)

Net radio bill passes House (CNet)

Pandora's blog

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