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Citing License Fees, Clear Channel Begins Pulling ‘Net Streams: Clear Channel, the biggest webcaster in the U.S. and also the biggest radio…

Citing License Fees, Clear Channel Begins Pulling ‘Net Streams: Clear Channel, the biggest webcaster in the U.S. and also the biggest radio station owner, has started puling its streams off its constituent radio stations’ sites, citing the high the streaming royalties charged by BMI and ASCAP. In April 2002, Clear Channel launched a subscription music service on its network of websites, in association with FullAudio–not sure what the status of that is, with this new move by Clear Channel.

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