U.S. Copyright Act’s Public Performance Exception Costs Composers More Than $150 Million 

The part of the U.S. Copyright Act that exempts some small restaurants and bars from paying public performance fees to collecting societies could be costing rightsholders more than $150 million a year, according to a study by the consultancy PMP Conseil.

Source: U.S. Copyright Act’s Public Performance Exception Costs Composers More Than $150 Million | Billboard

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