February 2018 – Update from the NRB MLC

Dear Friends,

Things continue to heat up in the licensing world even if it remains cold and frosty wherever you might be this February.

RMLC/SESAC Action Items: We’ve recently informed you of an important action item regarding the RMLC’s settlement and arbitration of a dispute with SESAC. If you’ve opted in to be represented by the RMLC in this matter, there are a couple important things for you to do to: (a) report on past music usage for 2016 and 2017 and claim a rebate for interim fees that have been paid, and (b) officially “opt in” to continue your representation by the RMLC for the next SESAC license period commencing in 2019. If you did not receive our alerts feel free to reach out to me and I’ll fill you in on the details.

NRB Proclaim 18 (Nashville, TN): If any of you will be in attendance at this year’s event in Nashville, I’d love to connect with you! You should also plan on attending our business meeting at the Salem Media group suite. Here are the details:

Where:     Suite D-6004 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort

Date:        Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Time:        9:15 P.M., Central Time

We will be providing an update on many important initiatives that Your Committee is working on as well as be available for a Q&A session thereafter.

Sincerely,

Scott R. Hunter
Executive Director

4880 Santa Rosa Road, Camarillo, CA 93012
(805) 482-7290 • www.nrbmlc.com

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