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August 5   -   ArtsJournal: music

Battle Over Cleaning Up Music Databases Erupts In A Full-Out Industry War

Three weeks ago, Congress proposed a global, centralized music database to ensure that artists get paid on every streaming platform. Then, performance rights organizations (PROs) ASCAP and BMI announced that they had started work on a joint authoritative music database one year ago. Now, the RIAA and the NMPA have started discussions on a possible shared music rights database.

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