Our old friend Tim Westergren said "This is definitely the agreement we've been waiting for."
Tuesday, July 7, 2009
Looks like there's finally an agreement in place to permit internet radio stations to operate profitably. The New York Times reported this morning that SoundExchange has agreed to a royalty plan. Under the new arrangement, webcasters with revenues in excess of $1.25 million will pay a per-song fee ranging over time from .08 to .14, or 25% of revenue, whichever is greater.