Jim

TypePostAuthorRepliesLast updated
BlogGirl Talk and the Sample License Clearance Process Jim25 years 30 weeks ago
EventHelp us Build a Hope for Home Jim06 years 10 weeks ago
Press ReleaseArtist Groups and Unions File Joint Reply Comments On Transition To Digital Audio Broadcasting At FCC Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
EventA Benefit Concert for Al "Carnival Time"Johnson and Sweet Home New Orleans Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
EventPresenting America: New Ground Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
ArticleWelcome to the Wall of Shame Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
Press ReleaseFMC: Congress should strike a balance on webcasting rates Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
Press ReleaseLine up Grows for Benefit for New Orleans Musicians Jim06 years 12 weeks ago
BlogClassical music in a digital age Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
ArticleBusking as a Form of Online Compensation Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
Press ReleaseFMC Statement on Federal Trade Commission Report on Net Neutrality Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
ArticleReport from The Hill Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
ArticleDMCA, AHRA, RIAA? Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
BlogSXSW Flashback! Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
Press ReleaseArtist Groups Insist Public Voices Be Heard On Proposed Media Ownership Rule Changes Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
Press Release Artist Groups Deliver "Joint Statement On Current Issues In Radio" to FCC and Congress Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
Press ReleaseFMC Statement on FCC?s Rules of Engagement on Payola Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
Press ReleaseRock the Net picks up major endorsement Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
BlogATT content monitor does not mute curse words during Pearl Jam webcast Jim06 years 13 weeks ago
BlogBack From New Orleans! Jim07 years 29 weeks ago
BlogFMC Releases "Same Old Song" Playlist Analysis Report Jim07 years 29 weeks ago
BlogPublic Performance Right Update Jim07 years 29 weeks ago
BlogClear Channel Gets Local. Sort Of. Maybe. Not Really. Jim07 years 29 weeks ago
BlogFMC's South-By Drop-By Jim07 years 29 weeks ago
Blogweb.illish.us Episode III: Kiss My RSS panel preview Jim07 years 29 weeks ago