Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Day of Silence Press Coverage

Internet radio stations to protest royalty hikes
Los Angeles Times - 12 hours ago
WASHINGTON — Across the Internet, the music will die today.

Web Radio's 'Day of Silence' Protests Royalty Increases
FOX News - 2 hours ago
NEW YORK — Web radio broadcasters across the United States were preparing for a 'Day of Silence' on June 26 to protest the US government's plans to boost ...
Business 2.0, CA - 5 hours ago
New licensing fees could doom Internet radio, but webcasters are fighting back with a 'Day of Silence.' Business 2.0's Chris Taylor investigates. ...
Washington Post, United States - 7 hours ago
By Mike Musgrove No, music fans, there isn'ta problem with your Web connection -- it's just that many Internet radio stations are deliberately offline today ...
Malaysia Star, Malaysia - 19 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) - Dozens of online music broadcasters will go silent on Tuesday to protest a new set of royalty rates that many smaller companies say would ...
The Age, Australia - 20 hours ago
Dozens of online music broadcasters will go silent on Tuesday to protest a new set of royalty rates that many smaller companies say would put them out of ...
Forbes, NY - 20 hours ago
AP 06.25.07, 5:50 PM ET Dozens of online music broadcasters will go silent on Tuesday to protest a new set of royalty rates that many smaller companies say ...
Information Week Weblog, NY - 30 minutes ago
The intent of the protest is to demonstrate what will be heard on July 17th, the date that 17 months of retroactive royalty payments are due. ...
CIO Today, CA - 1 hour ago
By Jennifer LeClaire Internet-only webcasters and broadcasters that simulcast online are protesting royalty hikes in a "Day of Silence," alerting their ...
Top40-Charts.com, NY - 2 hours ago
WASHINGTON, DC (Top40 Charts/ SaveNetRadio) - The regularly scheduled programming of millions of Internet radio listeners will be temporarily interrupted ...
CIO Today, CA - 3 hours ago
By Hiawatha Bray The Digital Music Association, which represents Internet broadcasters, has asked a federal court to suspend the Internet radio royalty fee ...
Manila Times, Philippines - 4 hours ago
Internet radio listeners will tune in to the sound of silence on Tuesday as webcasters protest a sharp rise in royalty fees that critics say will force ...
PopMatters, IL - 6 hours ago
by Brad Kava SAN JOSE, Calif.—When 29 million music listeners turn to their favorite Internet radio stations Tuesday, many will be greeted with the sound of ...
PhysOrg.com, VA - 9 hours ago
A man listens to the radio on his computer. US Internet radio listeners will tune in to the sound of silence on Tuesday as webcasters protest a sharp rise ...
Middle East Times, Egypt - 11 hours ago
LOS ANGELES, CA, USA -- US Internet radio listeners will tune in to the sound of silence Tuesday as Webcasters protest a sharp rise in royalty fees that ...
calendarlive.com, CA - 12 hours ago
By Jim Puzzanghera, Times Staff Writer It's a protest staged by online radio stations to preview what they say will happen when substantially higher royalty ...
Deseret News, UT - 12 hours ago
AP NEW YORK — Dozens of online music broadcasters will go silent today to protest a new set of royalty rates that many smaller companies say would put them ...
6abc.com, PA - 17 hours ago
NEW YORK (AP) - June 25, 2007 - Dozens of online music broadcasters will go silent on Tuesday to protest a new set of royalty rates that many smaller ...
ABC News - 1 hour ago
Artists wail against royalty fee increases for Web broadcasters who offer a rare promotional service for independent musicians. ...
San Jose Mercury News, USA - 1 hour ago
By Brad Kava When 29 million music listeners turn to their favorite Internet radio stations today, many will be greeted with the sound of silence - but not ...
Macworld, CA - 2 hours ago
By Christopher Breen If you’re accustomed to listening to streaming Internet radio or streaming music services such as Pandora, you may be surprised to ...
Wired News - 3 hours ago
By Eliot Van Buskirk June 26, 2007 | 10:39:49 AMCategories: Save Net Radio With all the lead-up to today's "Day of Silence" for webcasters in protest of the ...
Salt Lake Tribune, United States - 4 hours ago
AP Posted: 8:54 AM- LOGAN - Utah Public Radio will shut down regular programming on its Web stream to protest music royalties for Internet radio. ...
InformationWeek, NY - 4 hours ago
Since a bunch of badly-disguised radicals trespassed on a merchant ship and tossed some of its cargo into the waters of Boston Harbor, people have come up ...
Washington Post, United States - 6 hours ago
If you listen to music, news or other programming via the Internet, you're likely to find a soundstream of silence today. The Day of Silence is a one-day ...
BBC News, UK - 8 hours ago
Web radio broadcasters across the US will hold a "day of silence" on Tuesday in protest at plans to hike royalty payments when music is played online. ...
San Francisco Chronicle, USA - 8 hours ago
Internet radio DJs are replacing their eclectic playlists with a "Day of Silence" today, a protest against new royalty rates they say could decimate the ...
San Diego Union Tribune, United States - 9 hours ago
Thousands of Internet radio stations will stop the music today for the National Day of Silence, a nationwide protest of an impending increase in royalty ...
Hartford Courant, United States - 11 hours ago
By JANICE PODSADA, Courant Staff Writer Charles R. St. James is one of thousands of people who operate an Internet radio station. At any given time, ...
Boston Globe, United States - 11 hours ago
By Seth Kroll | June 26, 2007 FAMILY JUNCTION is a band made up of five childhood friends. We decided that, after college, we were going to take on the ...
Globe and Mail, Canada - 22 hours ago
To paraphrase a well-used joke: if an Internet radio station falls in cyberspace, does anybody here it? That's the question many online radio listeners ...

Wired News - Jun 25, 2007
By Eliot Van Buskirk June 25, 2007 | 12:44:33 PMCategories: Save Net Radio Internet radio stations will broadcast no music tomorrow (June 26) in observance ...
Boston Globe, United States - Jun 24, 2007
By Hiawatha Bray, Globe Staff | June 25, 2007 A swath of the Internet is set to go silent tomorrow, as online music broadcasters shut down to protest a plan ...
Slashdot - Jun 23, 2007
Spamicles writes "Thousands of US webcasters plan to turn off the music and go silent this Tuesday, June 26th, to draw attention to an impending royalty ...
All Things Digital, CA - 1 hour ago
If things continue as they are, the Buggles may have to re-record their 1979 New Wave masterpiece with a new lyric: “Imbeciles Killed the Radio Star. ...
Huffington Post, NY - 2 hours ago
Our government just doesn't get the Internet. And that really is a shame, because it makes grassroots web culture like Internet radio vulnerable to the ...
Ars Technica, MA - 2 hours ago
By Jacqui Cheng | Published: June 26, 2007 - 11:51AM CT Today is June 26, and that means that it's the Internet radio Day of Silence. ...
Today's THV, AR - 2 hours ago
You could be hearing the sounds of silence on your favorite Internet radio stations -- and we're not talking about the Simon and Garfunkel song. ...
Audio Graphics, OH - 2 hours ago
What will tens of thousands of people do today when they find their online radio station silent? If SaveNetRadio organizers' predictions are correct, ...
Digital Silence, PA - 2 hours ago
We've been following this story for awhile and now comes another phase. If you listen to music, news or other programming via the Internet, you're likely to ...
FMQB, NJ - 2 hours ago
As expected, tens of thousands of Webcasters across the US have silenced their streams today in protest of the impending hike in royalty fees. ...
What is the Word, India - 3 hours ago
The SaveNetRadio Coalition has announced that Internet broadcast stations across US will observe a day of silence in protest against the recent price hike ...
CBC New Brunswick, Canada - 3 hours ago
Internet radio broadcasters across the United States are holding a "day of silence" on Tuesday to protest plans to raise royalty payments for music played ...
Shiny Media, UK - 4 hours ago
Web radio broadcasters in the US are having a radio "day of silence" in protest of the Copyright Royalty Board's plans to raise royalty payments for music ...
Vallejo Times-Herald, CA - 4 hours ago
By Cyndi Combs/Times-Herald staff writer Regular programming of millions of Internet radio listeners is expected to be temporarily interrupted today when ...
Film Fodder - 5 hours ago
This is way off-topic...but, I have previously posted on the plight of internet radio and the efforts of SaveNetRadio.org to repeal the royalty rate ...
Digitaltrends.com, OR - 6 hours ago
By Christopher Nickson If you’re tuning into web radio today and can’t find anything to listen to, don’t be surprised. Many web radio broadcasters are ...
BroadbandReports.com, NY - 6 hours ago
Today, Internet stations around America are participating in an Internet "Day of Silence" to protest a freshly passed royalty rate hike system lobbied for ...
Business Wire (press release), CA - 7 hours ago
ENCINO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bid4Spots (http://www.bid4Spots.com) today announced that it stands in solidarity with Internet broadcasters on this “Day ...
Gainesville Sun, FL - 7 hours ago
By ANTHONY CLARK Thousands of Internet radio stations are going silent Tuesday to protest proposed royalty increases they say will put many Webcasters out ...
WebProNews, KY - 8 hours ago
A Day of Silence has swept across the bandwidth of a number of music webcasting services as they protest new royalty rates that could put them out of ...
Albany Times Union, NY - 9 hours ago
By CHRIS CHURCHILL, Business writer Radio stations and music broadcasters are warning that a plan to sharply increase the royalties paid for online ...
Aversion - 10 hours ago
A coalition of Internet radio broadcasters has gone silent today to protest royalty rate hikes for webcasters. The Save Net Radio coalition, which includes ...
New York Daily News, NY - 11 hours ago
By DAVID HINCKLEY Thousands of Internet radio streams will go silent today in protest of new music royalty rates that Webcasters say could drive almost all ...
Ventura County Star (subscription), CA - 12 hours ago
By Jennifer Muhmel, jmuhmel@VenturaCountyStar.com People trying to listen to their favorite Internet radio stations today might be greeted with silence as ...
Attleboro Sun Chronicle, MA - 13 hours ago
BY TED NESI SUN CHRONICLE STAFF Listeners who turn on their favorite Internet radio station today expecting to hear Bob Marley, the Monkees, ...
Daytona Beach News-Journal, FL - 13 hours ago
Thousands of US-based Webcasters plan to turn off their music and go silent today to draw attention to an impending royalty rate increase they say will ...
MSU State News, MI - 15 hours ago
If you turn on your favorite Internet radio channel today you might find it eerily silent. Today, Internet stations around America are participating in a ...
PR Newswire (press release), NY - 15 hours ago
WASHINGTON, June 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The regularly scheduled programming of millions of Internet radio listeners will be temporarily interrupted ...
Zeropaid, CA - 16 hours ago
Thousands of US webcasters plan to hold a "Day of Silence" to draw attention to their industry's plight and protest an impending dramatic escalation of the ...
iTWire, Australia - 17 hours ago
By Stephen Withers The campaign against a hike in music royalties levied on US Internet radio stations steps up a gear with a "Day of Silence" on June 26. ...
South Asian Women's Forum, India - 22 hours ago
LOS ANGELES (AFP) - The SaveNetRadio Coalition said thousands of web-based broadcasters would participate in the "National Day of Silence", ...
MP3.com - Jun 25, 2007
By Jim Welte - MP3.com Webcasters to protest recent hike in the royalty rates they pay to play music on their sites; most majors on board except for Last.fm ...
CNBC, NJ - Jun 25, 2007
Network ad prices are up despite a ratings slide. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the story. National Day Of Silence: Will Internet Radio Be Heard? ...
Spin, NY - Jun 25, 2007
Attention web radio listeners! Tomorrow (June 26), thousands of webcasters will go silent or air intermittent public service announcements in an effort to ...
CNBC, NJ - Jun 25, 2007
By CNBC.com | 25 Jun 2007 | 10:59 AM ET Some fans of Internet radio may click on their favorite Web site and hear nothing but silence on Tuesday. ...
Louisville Courier-Journal, KY - Jun 25, 2007
Listeners who log onto to WFPK 91.9-FM or WUOL 90.5-FM Internet streaming radio tomorrow between 9 am and 5 pm will hear the sound of silence. ...
Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH - Jun 25, 2007
Internet radio listeners will hear SOS -- sounds of silence -- from their computers and cell phones on Tuesday, when Webcasters plan to stop the music as a ...
FindLaw, CA - Jun 25, 2007
By CECILY MAK This Tuesday, June 26, is a "day of silence" on which webcasters will protest the hike in Internet radio royalty rates, scheduled to become ...
iT News, Australia - Jun 24, 2007
By Clement James, 25 June 2007 15:47 AEST Internet, Government/Law Thousands of US webcasters will go silent on 26 June in a bid to draw attention to ...
Radio Javan, GA - Jun 24, 2007
On Tuesday, June 26th, Radio Javan will be participating in Internet radio's Day Of Silence. The future of Internet radio is in immediate danger and ...
Spacelab, MN - Jun 24, 2007
In the ongoing struggle between web radio broadcasters and the Copyright Royalty Board's proposed rate fees, a new development has emerged to show ...
MP3 Newswire, NJ - Jun 24, 2007
By Richard Menta 6/24/07 It took me less than 10 minutes to post my own Net radio station, a station that unlike terrestrial radio has a worldwide reach. ...

1 comment:

Willo said...

WOW!! They heard you all, alright! That's some serious press!