Just when you thought they couldn't go any lower, our friends at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) have found yet another way to hide their real agenda.
Pandora still doesn’t get it. After artists like Pink Floyd rose up and killed Pandora’s IRFA bill to cut their pay by 85 percent, the company realized it needed to improve its relations with the rest of the music community.
Clear Channel – who now goes by the name of iHeartRadio – has positioned themselves as crusaders for artists’ rights.
Word on the street is that Big Radio’s lobbyists are hitting Congressional offices today with the following unbelievable claim: they say stations will have to reduce the size of their staff if required to pay for music.