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TWiRT 286 - Music Licensing and PPM Grunge

John Stephens with netcaster talks about music webcasters closing down due to the huge hike in music licensing costs. And Dave Anderson joins Chris Tobin and Kirk Harnack on the additional audio grunge produced by Nielsen’s new Enhance CBET PPM Encoder.  Are we driving away the audience we wish to measure?

Show links:
TheRoots.FM - Struggling to stay on the Internet
RAIN News about the Copyright Royalty Board
Dr. Barry Blesser’s NAB 2015 Paper on how watermarking works (key information to underpin an engineering discussion of the issues surrounding Nielsen’s PPM).


John Stephens, Founder at Our Musical Roots, LLC - Internet Radio station
Dave Anderson, CEO at Fleeman Anderson Bird Corp and Engineer at The JOY FM

Chris Tobin, IP-Solutionist
Kirk Harnack, The Telos Alliance, Delta Radio, & South Seas Broadcasting

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