The Article discusses the recognition of the public performance right for sound recordings under the U.S. Copyright Law. It states that section 106 of the said law opposes the public performance right, which has lost legality in light of the modern music industry. It mentions the importance of recognizing the Performance Rights Act, which give recording artists the chance to collect royalties when their works are played on the radio.
Sound recordings, Copyright -- Music, Royalties (Copyright), Copyright, Copyright -- Performing rights, Musical works, Piracy (Copyright), Royalties (Intellectual property), Copyright Act of 1976, Performance Rights Act of 2009 (Draft)