Music publishers: iTunes not paying fair share


Fri, Sep 18th, 2009 13:50 by capnasty NEWS

Songwriters, composers, and music publishers are making preparations to one day collect performance fees from Apple and other e-tailers for not just traditional music downloads but for downloads of films and TV shows as well. Those downloads contain music after all. These groups even want compensation for iTunes' 30-second song samples.



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