ASCAP Music Licensing Fees Voided for Yahoo, RealNetworks
September 28th, 2010
SAN FRANCISCO, September 28, 2010 – A U.S. rate-setting court’s formula for establishing the fees that Yahoo! and RealNetworks must pay the nation’s dominant music licensing group is fundamentally flawed because it uses inconsistent data sets and because the benchmarks it uses aren’t relevant or comparable, said a U.S. appeals court Tuesday. “The district court […]
Introducing BroadbandCensus.com's People Column: Facebook Makes Changes
Broadband's Impact, Premium Content
October 23rd, 2009
As Facebook increases its Washington presence, Andrew Noyes will be putting the pen down to join the company next month as manager of public policy communications. Noyes has been a reporter for National Journal Group since 2006 where he worked first for the now-dead Technology Daily publication, and later for CongressDaily. Also on the Facebook team is Tim Sparapani, director of public policy, and Adam Conner.
U.S. Broadband Ranking Needs Qualification, Experts Agree
June 5th, 2009
WASHINGTON, June 5, 2009 – With Broadband being a keystone aspect of President Obama’s economic policies, it is important to understand where America’s broadband deployment and adoption rates stand internationally, a panel of experts agreed on Friday.