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Rehr Requests Hearing to Explore Relationship Between Artists and Labels
WASHINGTON, DC – - NAB President and CEO David K. Rehr sent a letter yesterday to House Intellectual Property Subcommittee Chairman
Howard Berman (D-CA) requesting that additional hearings be held to explore
the relationship between recording artists and their record labels.
Rep. Berman for including NAB Radio Board Second Vice Chair Charles Warfield
as a witness during a recent subcommittee hearing examining the role of
local radio in promoting music, but said additional hearings would convey
the "full picture" of the issue.
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