Karaoke fights continue

Beijing Copyright Administration states that Karaoke royalty fees won’t be charged within 2006. The statement further complicates the fights between the collecting society and the karaoke businesses. The collecting society, though has the clear support from the NVAC, is still a non-governmental organization. This statement makes people doubt whether the government is directly dictating the collecting society on this issue.

http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2006-11-24/144910588814s.shtml

The collective society started charging royalties to the Karaoke halls from January 1, 2007, which has made the karaoke fees increase 30%.

http://www.cnradio.com.cn/news/200701/t20070102_504366728.html

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    November 25, 2006 @ 5:02 am

    The NCAC cannot wait to show its strong support to the collecting society for audio-video recordings.

    http://news.sina.com.cn/c/2006-11-25/004710590220s.shtml

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