Board Will Rehear Internet Music Royalty Case

Law360, New York (March 21, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- In response to motions filed by online music broadcasters and programmers, the Library of Congress Copyright Royalty Board has agreed to rehear certain parts of its decision to raise royalty rates.

The move only means that the judges have allowed the broadcasters to respond to their March 2 ruling, and does not indicate whether they will reconsider the issue, as some news reports suggested, a spokeswoman for the Copyright Board said.

On Monday, the Digital Media Association and National Public Radio both filed motions asking for...
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