CBS Targeted In Copyright Suit Over 'Top Model' Songs

Law360, New York (September 24, 2012, 8:05 PM EDT) -- CBS Corp. was recently hit with a copyright infringement lawsuit lodged by a musician who claims the network used more than a dozen of his songs on reality program "America's Next Top Model" without permission.

Rhythm and blues music producer and composer Delray Richardson — along with Sterling Snyder, who serves as an executive for a company called Zion Records Inc. — sued CBS on Sept. 13, alleging that the company broadcast a total of 15 songs that Richardson and Zion hold the rights to, at...
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