Digital Diatribe: Sustainability And The Future Of Webcasting

For webcasters, the long, dark period of uncertainty is finally over, isn’t it? The problem might not be solved for a long time.


Posted by Ted • Friday, July 10, 2009 .

Wired: Webcasters, Music Industry Agree on Royalties

Artists and record labels have reached agreement with Internet radio companies over royalty rates, resolving a dispute that dates back more than two years over how to divvy up revenue from streaming music on the Web.


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, July 8, 2009 .

PaidContent UK: PRS Slashes Streaming Music Rates; YouTube Still Negotiating

Good news for cash-strapped online music services. Royalty collector PRS For Music has bowed to websites’ pleas for smaller charges, more than halving its on-demand streaming music rate from £0.0022 to £0.00085 per track, effective July 1 and lasting for three years.


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, May 26, 2009 .