WASHINGTON, D.C.—Issues surrounding music licensing fees and both the Radio Music License Committee (RMLC) and Global Music Rights (GMR) continue to swirl in the broadcasting industry.  Radio station officials remain unsure as to whether they must pay GMR’s fees, and what benefits those fees entail.

Womble Carlyle Telecom attorney John Garziglia helps broadcasters unravel this knot of uncertainty in a new Radio Ink column.

Click here to read “This RMLC/GMR Fight Is No Joke” in "Radio Ink."

And click here to read Gregg Skall’s All Access column on the RMLC/GMR dispute.

John Garziglia represents radio and television broadcasters, offering personalized assistance in all areas of communications and telecommunications law including transactional and contract negotiations for broadcast station mergers and acquisitions, the securing of financing, governmental auctions of new frequencies, license renewals, new stations applications, facility changes, facility upgrades, licensing, and compliance with FCC rules, regulations and policies.


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