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Copyright royalty fees for cable systems hearings before the Subcommittee on Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-eighth Congress, first and second sessions, on H.R. 2902 and H.R. 3419 ... October 19, 1983, February 22 and 27, 1984. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on the Courts, Civil Liberties, and the Administration of Justice.

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  • Cable television -- Law and legislation -- United States.,
  • Copyright -- Royalties -- United States.

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LC ClassificationsKF27 .J857 1983k
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 810 p. :
Number of Pages810
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2664243M
LC Control Number85601689

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Please be advised that the filing fee is deducted before the royalty payment is credited; thus the omission of the appropriate filing fee will result in an underpayment of royalty fees. Please remit the royalty fee and filing fee in one EFT payment. (SOA1 filing fee: $15; SOA2 filing fee: $20; SOA 3 and Satellite SOA: $).   For amended statements of account filed by cable and satellite systems and digital audio recording device (DART) importers/manufacturers, the fee has been reduced to $50; however, it is important to note that the Office intends to charge that amendment fee in a wider range of circumstances. The law requires a cable system to file statements of account for two purposes: (1) To show basis for the semiannual royalty fee the cable system owes under its statutory license; and (2) To give the information needed to allocate royalty fees among copyright owners.   NOTE: The CRB has a new system for viewing filings online called eCRB. eCRB went live on J Some CRB filings dated J , or earlier are available through eCRB. Eventually, all CRB filings will be there. Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden announced her selection of Steve Ruwe to the position of copyright royalty g: cable systems.

Wisconsin Avenue, N.W. Suite | Washington, D.C. Tel: | Fax: Contact: [email protected] You are about to be signed out. You will be signed out in seconds due to inactivity. Your changes will not be saved. To continue working on the website, click "Stay Signed In" g: cable systems.   1) A Synchronization License fee (also known as a "Sync" License fee) on the "front-end" which is a fee for the actual use of a composition in a film or TV program. 2) A Master Use License fee on the "front-end" as well which is a fee for the use of the actual Master recording. For use by cable television systems whose semiannual gross receipts are less than $, SA3 Long Form or Excel-based SA3E form (SA3E Long Form) For use by cable television systems whose semiannual gross receipts are $, or more.

A business contract is usually executed between UCSC and the copyright holder, or authorized agent, for permission to use copyrighted material. The Business Contracts Office will assist in this process. A payment of a copyright fee or royalty is made through a direct g: cable systems. Search Statement of Account for Secondary Transmissions by Cable Systems: Search by Legal Name of Cable System; Search by Community Served; Retrieve by Cable System ID Number; Note: This database covers Cable Statements of Account filing periods from January 1, through present, and contains the: cable system's identification (ID) number as. The first new rate, to compensate for the loss of the distant signal carriage rules, was the adoption of a royalty fee of % of a cable system's gross receipts from subscribers, for over-the-air broadcast programming for carriage of each distant signal that would not have previously been permitted under the former distant signal carriage rules. The Copyright Royalty Board offers online filing of (and printable forms for) claims to cable, satellite, and digital audio recording devices and media (DART) royalty.