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This is a company now waging war to lessen its royalty obligations on all possible fronts. Just this morning, Pandora assistant general counsel Christopher Harrison confirmed how the company has purchased the small KXMZ-FM in Rapid City, South Dakota, a likewise tiny market. It even has a tower.

The startup also focuses on pointing out to rightsholders and media distributors that piracy audiences remain untapped opportunities. Rightsholders, broadcasters, sports organizations, and brand advertisers use the information to investigate total audience consumption, content demand, creation, and monetization opportunities.

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Veoh was buried way back when, but its DMCA-riddled ghost has become haunting Universal Music Group and also the broader music, film, and content industries. In a reaffirming ruling just issued by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, a young, District Court decision heavily favoring Veoh was upheld and supported. The Dr. Dog concert Ninth Circuit concurred that Veoh was playing inside the bounds of DMCA protections, despite rather obvious expertise in infringing activity. The decision may have huge implications for DMCA-related cases ahead, including UMG’s ongoing war with Grooveshark (if they’d like to, unlike Veoh, survive the task).