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Sour note

10 March 2014 By Reynolds Holding

Internet radio giant Pandora balks at royalties higher than terrestrial stations pay. But ASCAP says the firm plays songs more often, justifying bigger fees. The artist consortium has a point, but its tactics echo old monopoly conduct. The dated system needs a tech-savvy rewrite.

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