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November 15, 2012
07:19 EDTPArtists oppose "Internet Radio Fairness Act" in open letter
125 artists, including 40 GRAMMY winners, are "opposing new cuts to artists' pay" that would come from the "Internet Radio Fairness Act," according to a statement yesterday from musicFIRST, a musician group. Common, Dead Kennedys, Missy Elliot, Vince Gill, Don Henley, Billy Joel, Maroon 5, Martha Reeves, David Sanborn, Michael W. Smith, and Roger Waters are among the artists named in an open letter posted on the group's site that will also be published in this weekend's Billboard Magazine. Internet radio companies such as Pandora are pushing Congress to pass the "Internet Radio Fairness Act," H.R. 6480/S. 3609, which could slash by 85 percent royalties paid to musicians and artists when their songs are played over Internet radio, the group said. Reference Link
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January 28, 2016
09:02 EDTPPandora launches Browse
Pandora launched Browse, a new way to help users discover even more music. "Finding new music should be a simple and enjoyable experience," said Chris Phillips, chief product officer of Pandora. "Our musicologists have scored millions of songs to find the perfect music just for you. The new Browse feature makes it easy to find the music you love whether you know what you want, or need a little help discovering music you didn't know existed." The service includes fresh station recommendations, music metrics, and the ability see what's spinning on a station before adding it to station list.

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