Stations turn up the volume in performance tax battle

07/6/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Radio stations are ramping up their opposition to the Performance Rights Act, which would require stations to pay for on-air music play. The NAB warns passage of the act will cause some stations to shift to all-talk formats, eliminating music from their offerings, and will lead to station layoffs and curtail charitable donations.

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