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Statutory Copyright Licenses: Stakeholdersäó» Views on a Phaseout of Licenses for Broadcast Programming
Mark Goldstein (au)
Most U.S. households rely on cable or satellite operators to watch TV broadcast programming. These operators are able to provide their subscribers with broadcast programming -- including local news -- by retransmitting local broadcast TV stationsäó» over-the-air signals. Three statutory licenses permit operators to offer copyrighted broadcast programming in return for paying a government-set royalty fee. For 2014, these fees totaled about $320 million. However, changes in the video marketplace have led some industry stakeholders to question the need for the licenses. This report reviewed possible effects of phasing out the statutory licenses. It addresses (1) what is known about the feasibility of phasing out the statutory licenses; and (2) views of selected stakeholders on the implications of such a phaseout. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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