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How Compulsory License for Internet Might STILL Help Music Industry Woes
Music Dish e-Journal, January 16, 2010.
Opportunities and Challenges for Artists in the New Music Business
Music Dish e-Journal, November 11, 2009.
Celluloid Heroes: Music Documentary Filmmakers Deserve a Break on Licensing Fees
Billboard Magazine, November 7, 2009.
RIAA Eyes Radio's Billions
The Register, Thursday September 20, 2007.
Who'll Win the Webcasting War?
The Register, Thursday August 16, 2007.
Behind the Apple vs. Universal Breakup
The Register, Tuesday July 17, 2007.
Are Songwriters Double-Dipping?
The Register, Friday April 13, 2007.
Does MySpace Really Help Artists?
The Register, Wednesday March 21, 2007.
The Slow Death of DRM
The Register, Friday February 9, 2007.
The Billion Dollar Ringtones War
The Register, Monday January 8, 2007.
Zune Means Zilch for Artists
The Register, Wednesday November 29, 2007.
"Update on Webcasting Royalty Rates" Part II
Entertainment Law & Finance, September 2004.
"Update on Webcasting Royalty Rates" Part I
Entertainment Law & Finance, August 2004.
"Peer-to-Peer Downloading Legalized in Canada"
Entertainment Law & Finance, January 2004.
"How Compulsory License For Internet Might Help Music Industry Woes" originally published in Entertainment Law and Finance, was re-published by Billboard Magazine, August 2, 2003 as a Commentary titled "Licensing Could Solve Internet Piracy".
"Tips for Clearing Music for Television