The Copyright Board published a series of new tariffs proposed by music copyright collective Re:Sound. The proposed tariffs cover music uses related to commercial radio, CBC/Radio-Canada, satellite radio, live events, simulcasting, webcasting, and other uses. Under Re:Sound’s proposed tariff for CBC, the public broadcaster would be required to pay $250,000 per month. For live events, Re:Sound proposed various rates covering the use of music in wedding receptions, conventions, assemblies, fashion shows, karaoke bars, fairs, circuses, fireworks displays and fitness venues to name a few. Re:Sound proposed that its webcasting tariff amount to 30 per cent of gross revenues or 0.22 cents for each file communicated, depending on which is greater. The communication of “musical works and performers' performances of such works, by simulcast, noninteractive webcast and semi-interactive webcast” would be subject to a minimum, annual fee of $30,000, the copyright collective proposed. The Copyright Board could split up the Re:Sound application into separate proceedings. The proposed tariffs, published June 9, would take effect Jan. 1, 2013.