MySpace Records

MySpace Records has finally made it to the big time. The Rupert Murdoch/News Corp entity has done deals with the major labels to give them the kind of access to MySpace as the indie labels once had -- alone.

Well, not so fast.

Some indie labels including big ones like Koch Records are quoted as being livid that MySpace would treat their company differently than those of the majors.

Let's get this right.

MySpace has gone Hollywood -- given better deals to the majors while allegedly ignoring the very indies that helped MySpace Records get rolling.

Charles Caldas, CEO of Merlin, an international licensing&hellip

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MySpace Records

MySpace Records has finally made it to the big time. The Rupert Murdoch/News Corp entity has done deals with the major labels to give them the kind of access to MySpace as the indie labels once had -- alone.

Well, not so fast.

Some indie labels including big ones like Koch Records are quoted as being livid that MySpace would treat their company differently than those of the majors.

Let's get this right.

MySpace has gone Hollywood -- given better deals to the majors while allegedly ignoring the very indies that helped MySpace Records get rolling.

Charles Caldas, CEO of Merlin, an international licensing&hellip

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Radio’s Last Critical Decision

To quote that great American philosopher Rick James -- "It's such a very freaky scene".

Friday, the NAB was outed for behind the scenes jockeying in Congress as the House took up a bill that would simply allow Internet streamers to continue negotiating with the record label's representative, SoundExchange, in an effort to try and resolve the dispute over royalty payments.

The bill introduced late Thursday was necessary because Congress is headed for recess and law requires this enabling legislation while Congress is away from Washington because the parties are seeking a statutory license.

It doesn't guarantee a thing&hellip

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Radio’s Last Critical Decision

To quote that great American philosopher Rick James -- "It's such a very freaky scene".

Friday, the NAB was outed for behind the scenes jockeying in Congress as the House took up a bill that would simply allow Internet streamers to continue negotiating with the record label's representative, SoundExchange, in an effort to try and resolve the dispute over royalty payments.

The bill introduced late Thursday was necessary because Congress is headed for recess and law requires this enabling legislation while Congress is away from Washington because the parties are seeking a statutory license.

It doesn't guarantee a thing&hellip

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Radio’s Eve of Destruction

You don

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