DiMA Congratulates Congressman Coble, Appointed to Serve as Chair of Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property and the Internet in 113th Congress
DiMA Congratulates Congressman Goodlatte, Elected to Serve as Chair of House Judiciary Committee in 113th Congress
DiMA Joins Industry Partners and Stakeholders to Promote Internet Radio Growth and Innovation to Benefit Artists, Consumers and Recording Industry
DiMA Supports Congressional Consideration of Copyright Office Recommendations on pre-1972 Sound Recordings
DiMA Disappointed by IP Enforcement Bill: “Boon for Attorneys; Bust for Legitimate Online Innovators
DiMA Applauds Members of the House Judiciary Committee for Streamlining Consent Requirements under the Video Privacy Protection Act
DiMA: Court’s Decision Is a Win for Cloud-based Music Services, Innovation and Consumer Satisfaction
DiMA: AT&T's New Plan to Throttle Wireless Mobile Data Users Could Stymie Competition and Innovation
DiMA Applauds House Judiciary Committee Attention to Copyright Infringement, Urges Caution to Avoid Harming Legitimate Online Services
DiMA Comments to U.S. Dept. of Commerce on Copyright Policy, Creativity and Innovation in the Internet Economy
DiMA Urges Policymakers to Focus Online Privacy Policies on Stopping 'Bad Apples' While Protecting Innovators that Offer consumers Convenience and Cost Savings
DiMA Applauds Sen. Leahy for Tackline Online Piracy, Urges Clarity to Prevent Unintended Consequences for Online Innovators
DiMA Urges House and Senate Judiciary Committee Members to Support Performance Royalty Parity for Internet, Cable and Satellite Radio
DiMA Applauds FCC's Update to Existing CableCARD Rules; Reforms Benefit Consumers, Support Innovation
DiMA, EMA, NARM and NATO Call on Retailers and Theaters to Emphasize Entertainment Ratings and Labels to Their Customers
RealNetworks EVP Bob Kimball to Testify before Senate Judiciary Committee on “The Performance Rights Act and Parity among Music Delivery Platforms”
"Songs That Aren't Played Aren't Performed" DiMA's Jon Potter champions court ruling on sound recording downloads in Billboard Op-Ed
Washington, D.C. (June 18, 2009) – Jonathan Potter, Executive Director of the Digital Media Association (DiMA), issued the following statement following the United States Senate’s passage of the Webcaster Settlement Act of 2009.
Washington, D.C. (February 4, 2008) – Jon Potter, Executive Director of the Digital Media Association (DiMA), issued the following statement in response to the introduction of the Performance Rights Act.
DiMA's response to the announcement that NPR and SoundExchange an agreement that will set royalty rates and terms for public radio stations that stream music online.
Copyright royalty judges ruled today not to change the royalty rate paid to music publishers and songwriters for permanent digital downloads.
The Webcast Settlement Act was approved by Congress on September 30.
Major Organizations support HR 7084.
DiMA, RIAA, and NMPA reach an accord that will facilitate new ways to offer music to consumers online.
ASCAP proposal would impede online music sales and harm consumers.