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Copyright Office Report On Music Licensing Released

On February 5, 2015, the Copyright Office released their 245 page report on their analysis and recommendations for how the U.S. Copyright law could be amended to reflect the current market reality and conditions in the music business.  Though any actual changes to the law must first be approved by Congress, this is a much needed first step in focusing the discussion on updating decades old legislation that is negatively affecting the music publishing industry in the U.S.

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