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Webcasting royalties round-up

In case you missed it, the Los Angeles Times' website played host to a virtual debate last week over Webcasting royalties and related topics. Kurt Hanson, publisher of the influential Radio And Internet Newsletter, squared off against Jay Rosenthal, counsel to the Recording Artists Coalition. Anyone interested in the topic should read their posts -- they're both articulate and forceful.

For something a bit less compelling, you can read the column I did on webcasting royalties to kick off the week. It provides a bit of the history behind the debate and points out some of the flaws in the process. It also shows that when it comes to writing long, Hanson and Rosenthal have nothing on me.

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Times editorial writer Jon Healey pens opinion pieces about a variety of business issues, and blogs about technologies that are changing the entertainment industry's business model.

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