A bill has been introduced in Congress to save Internet radio.  Representatives Jay Inslee (D-WA) and Donald Manzullo (R-IL) co-wrote the Internet Radio Equality Act, HR 2060, which would void the March 2, 2007 determination of the Copyright Royalty Judges in relation to Internet Radio.

If you don’t want the music to die, contact your Representatives and ask them to co-sponsor this bill.  Visit SaveNetRadio.Org to learn how. 

A Fee Per Song Can Ruin Us, Internet Radio Companies Say | The New York Times…….

More on the thorny decision by the Copyright Royalty Board. This time, The New York Times weighs in on the side of internet radio via Digg:

New-media companies and record labels are feuding again. But this time, it is the digital companies that warn they may be driven out of business. Internet radio companies say a recent decision by the Copyright Royalty Board would make it impossible for them to stay afloat.

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Pandora Founder Talks about the Danger Facing Internet Radio- Game Over?…….

Important information from the downloadsquad via Digg:

A ruling from an obscure, 3-person panel from the Library of Congress threatens the existence of Pandora, and every other internet radio service out there. The plan from the Copyright Royalty Board is to increase the fees to internet radio operators so high that they will effectively be out of business. Here’s our video interview with Tim…

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