Ahead of a congressional hearing about royalty rates, a group of songwriters sing their famous hits and say that without them, Pandora and Web radio have nothing to sell.
The National Music Publishers' Association sent DMCA take-down notices to the biggest Web sites seeming to profit from posting unlicensed lyrics.
A court ruling upholds the Internet radio service's motion that it's allowed to play all works covered by ASCAP without restriction.
In an era when Peter, Paul, and Mary aren't topping the charts with "Blowin' in the Wind," the protest song still seems to be finding a way to make itself heard.
Online music services mine data to figure out the music you like. So who did they predict as Grammy winners? And which service came out on top?
EMI plans to go forward with its copyright suit against MP3tunes.com and founder Michael Robertson even though the music-locker service has filed for bankruptcy.
Songwriters, composers and publishers--the groups that want iTunes to pay performance fees on downloads--tell Congress technology shouldn't strip them of their livelihood.
The Internet's biggest radio service goes terrestrial with a deal to buy a South Dakota station, which will shave some royalties but serves more as a shot over the bow of copyright holders.