Collector's Edition

Friday, December 15, 2006

Transcript

A new review of British intellectual property laws suggests that copyrights for recordings should not be extended from 50 years to 95 years. Last year, OTM’s Rex Doane reported on how European copyright law determines which old recordings get re-released here.

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