Justice Department Plans Virtual Workshop On Music Industry Consent Decrees

The Justice Department is planning a virtual public workshop on one of the most contentious issues in the music business – the future of the nearly 80-year-old consent decrees that have governed how works are licensed. The event on July 28 and 29 is the latest development as the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division reviews the decrees, a move that would have huge implications on songwriters, artists and publishers.

Source: Justice Department Plans Virtual Workshop On Music Industry Consent Decrees

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