Web radio may survive after all. Today, America's online radio royalty police - aka SoundExchange - agreed to cap per channel fees at $50,000 for each individual broadcaster, a big win for sites like Yahoo! and Live365 that serve up thousands of channels to listeners across the web. SoundExchange continues to haggle over …
This applies to only sound exchange member companies therefore cutting the amount of indie music played talk about sellout.
I've never seen internet radio broadcasted at such quality to make it remotely worth ripping. I am sure audiophiles would be even less inclined to use this as a source...
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