zerocool^ writes: "As I was only a few minutes into my first ever internet radio broadcast — and knowing that it might very well be my last — someone linked this story in IRC, letting us know that Internet Radio has been saved, or at least given a little breathing room. From the story: "The SoundExchange executive [Jon Simson, executive director] promised — in front of Congress — that SoundExchange will not enforce the new royalty rates. Webcasters will stay online, as new rates are hammered out." There is still more work to do — get caught up, call your representatives to let them know you support net radio, and stay tuned — literally and figuratively — for more info."
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