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The Latest From DiMA


DiMA: With DOJ’s Review of the ASCAP/BMI Consent Decrees Coming to a Close, it’s Time for Industry Partners to Unite


CRB’s ‘Web IV’ Decision is a Victory for Internet Radio, Music Fans and Music Creators


DOJ Review of ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees Continues with "Fractional Licensing"


FCC to Hold Off on OTT Video Regulation


DiMA Applauds Rep. Frank Pallone's Remarks on Online Video


DoJ Looks Into Licensing of “Split Works” by ASCAP and BMI


Copyright Office Rules that Marketplace Webcasting Agreements Are Admissable


DiMA Continues to Monitor FCC Proposal to Regulate Over the Top Video


DiMA Applauds FCC Approval of Pandora's Purchase of KXMZ


Fair Play, Fair Pay Act is Short on Creativity

Legislation Simply Re-Packages Old Ideas


DiMA Submits Comments to FCC on Over-The-Top Video Classification

Urges: "Move, if at all, with caution."


Songwriter Equity Act Will Likely Hike Music Prices

Gregory Barnes Op-Ed in The Hill


Copyright Office Report on Music Licensing Reflects a Missed Opportunity

The Copyright Office report on music licensing misses a significant opportunity to truly advance the music marketplace. The suggestions proposed would continue to fragment an already-complex structure and put at risk those platforms that deliver music legally and compensate creators. Many of the specific recommendations unfairly discriminate against digital technologies


DiMA Submits Comments to Department of Justice on Review of ASCAP and BMI Consent Decrees


The music industry has become a mixed economy of diverse consumer channels and revenue streams. This has been an amazing transformation, dramatically expanding the way artists reach their fans across the globe."


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Digital Media Fact

Overall music purchasing was down in the last year, while the average Pandora listener purchased 29% more music during the second quarter of 2012 compared with last year, according to NPDMusic Acquisition Monitor study

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