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Friday, March 14 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Compulsory Licenses and Online Music

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Online music service royalties have become one of the hot topics of the day--from the debate over interactive streaming payouts from services like Spotify to online radio royalties paid by Pandora or the new iTunes Radio. All of this controversy raises broader questions about the role of "compulsory licenses"--licenses set by law--in the music business today.Learn about the advantages or disadvantages of compulsory licenses and the potential for the role of compulsory licenses to the future of the online music business.

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avatar for Greg Barnes

Greg Barnes

General Counsel & Dir of Governmental AffairsDigital Media AssociationGregory Alan Barnes currently serves as General Counsel to the Digital Media Association. DiMA is a trade association that represents the interests of several digital music and video service providers on a wide... Read More →
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Jodie Griffin

Staff AttyPublic KnowledgeJodie Griffin is a Senior Staff Attorney at Public Knowledge. Jodie specializes in telecommunications and copyright law, advocating on issues that range from online music licensing to the technological transition of our phone network. She holds a J.D. from... Read More →
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Chris Harrison

Asst General CounselPandora Media IncChris is Assistant General Counsel for Pandora Media, Inc. (“Pandora”) where he focuses on Pandora’s music licensing issues. Prior to joining Pandora, Chris worked for commercial music service provider DMX, Inc. (“DMX”) where he held... Read More →


Friday March 14, 2014 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Austin Convention Center, Room 10C 500 E Cesar Chavez St

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