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U.S. Music Industry Votes for Soundexchange Spin-Off

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Negotiations Form Independent Organization for Digital Royalty Collection

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MMF-US Announces Board of Directors

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Sean Agnew / Blue Metallic Entertainment Group

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BMG Royalty Accounting Tweaked For 'Transparency'

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BMG is eliminating standard deductions on royalty payments to artists in an apparent response to artists' unrest over what they see as antiquated business practices.

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MMF-US announces Board of Directors elections re-scheduled for February 2002

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The terms of the current Board of Directors were due to expire on December 31, 2001, but nominations are being held open until January 31, 2002 due to recent interest from certain MMF members in running for the Board.

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Soundexchange, Record Labels & Artist Groups Reach Royalties Agreement

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SOUNDEXCHANGE, RECORD LABELS & ARTIST GROUPS REACH AGREEMENT TO PAY ARTIST PERFORMANCE ROYALTIES DIRECTLY TO PERFORMERS AND TO CHANGE SOUNDEXCHANGE STRUCTURE

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RIAA and Industry Artists Reach Mutual Agreement On Work-For-Hire Issues

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"Our board members are happy that we have reached an accord with the RIAA on this issue, however, our happiness will turn into excitement only after Congress passes this amendment:"

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Henley: Artists' Initial Mission Accomplished

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In an exclusive interview Aug. 9 with Billboard, Artists' Coalition co-founder Don Henley discussed the joint settlement with the Recording Industry Assn. of america (RIAA) on legal language to rescind without prejudice the 1999 "work-for-hire" amendment to the Copyright Act.

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MMF in WASHINGTON, DC.: Hearings regarding the Copyright Act

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As a Board Member or the Music Managers Forum (formerly referred to as the International Managers Forum) it became necessary recently for me to help defend the rights of recording artists.

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