ASCAP goes public with licensable share data

ASCAP has added information about the share of public performance rights it controls to its publicly available online ACE Database. According to the press release announcing the update, the database changes will support ASCAP’s request to the Justice Department for its members to have greater choice to withdraw certain digital rights. Continue Reading

In judgement for Pandora, court rules ASCAP can’t limit webcaster’s access to its stock of music

Pandora scored a clear, and sharply worded, summary judgment from U.S. District Judge Denise Cote, enabling the Internet radio service to continue “performing” (streaming) works included in ASCAP’s entire inventory. The ruling refutes ASCAP’s attempt to narrow Pandora’s right to… Continue Reading