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Re:Sound seeks to double CBC radio royalties to $3M a year

News | 05/14/2019 5:54 pm EDT

An organization representing sound recording rights holders wants to more-than double the royalties it bills CBC/Radio-Canada to play music on traditional radio — to the tune of $3 million per year.

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