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Replying to:  ASCAP sues AT&T seeking royalties on ringtones heard in public by Menno   Jul 4, 2009, 3:03 PM

Re: ASCAP sues AT&T seeking royalties on ringtones heard in public

by Researcher    Jul 14, 2009, 6:02 PM

After 20 years in Broadcasting and the music industry, the money paid goes to the artist. The song is their property as well as the writer/composer. They should get paid for their work.

But granted a 20 sec clip of a ring tone is a bit much.

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