National Association of Broadcasters has called a performance right for sound recordings “bad for radio, bad for artists and bad for listeners”

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From Billboard:

The National Association of Broadcasters has called a performance right for sound recordings “bad for radio, bad for artists and bad for listeners” in two newspaper advertisements thanking two new co-sponsors of the Congressional resolutions supporting the Local Radio Free Act. The Senate version currently has eight co-sponsors while the companion House resolution currently has 109 co-sponsors. Since these are resolutions, no legislation has actually been introduced that would prevent Congress from creating a performance right for sound recordings.

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