[JPL] Royalty-Rate Hike Alarms Web Broadcasters
rick at jazzrockworld.com
Thu Mar 8 09:59:41 EST 2007
They only copyright it if they want to get on the RIAA royalty bandwagon in
case they score a hit, they can have a nice income.
Those days are pretty much gone for Jazz...
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In a message dated 3/7/2007 8:06:55 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
rick at jazzrockworld.com writes:
<<..Stop playing, selling, broadcasting, and performing copyrighted
material. Jazz musicians are generally pretty creative and most are very
capable of writing and performing their own material..>>
But don't composers copyright their own material? Something's missing in
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