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U.S. Copyright Office NewsNet Issue 160

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U.S. Copyright Office
NewsNet

May 3, 2002
Issue 160

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For additional information, visit the Copyright Office
homepage
at
<a href="http://www.loc.gov/copyright">
http://www.loc.gov/copyright </a>
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CONTENTS

* News *

Copyright Office

  News about the Location and Webcast of the Roundtable
in the Rulemaking on Notice of Recordkeeping for Use of
Sound Recordings under Statutory License;  Reply Comments
Available on Copyright Office Website

* Calendar *

* To Subscribe/Unsubscribe to NewsNet *

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* NEWS *

-----------Copyright Office------------------

NEWS ABOUT THE LOCATION AND WEBCAST OF THE ROUNDTABLE IN THE
RULEMAKING ON NOTICE OF RECORDKEEPING FOR USE OF SOUND
RECORDINGS UNDER STATUTORY LICENSE;  REPLY COMMENTS
AVAILABLE ON COPYRIGHT OFFICE WEBSITE

The location of the public roundtable discussion concerning
issues raised in the course of an ongoing rulemaking
proceeding to adopt requirements for giving copyright owners
reasonable notice of the use of their works for sound
recordings under the section 114 and section 112 statutory
licenses and for how records of such use will be kept and
made available to copyright owners has been changed. The May
10 roundtable will now be held in the Mumford Room (LM-649)
in the James Madison Memorial Building, Library of Congress,
101 Independence Avenue, S.E., Washington, D.C. 20559.  The
discussion will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 5 p.m.
Seating is limited.

TVWorldwide.com, in cooperation with the International
Webcasting Association, will be webcasting the roundtable
discussion. Although the Copyright Office is not officially
sponsoring this webcast, we are pleased that it will be made
available to viewers on the Internet. For further
information, visit

<a href="http://www.tvworldwide.com/press_show.cfm?ID=1209">
http://www.tvworldwide.com/press_show.cfm?ID=1209 </a>

Please note that reply comments have been posted on the
Copyright Office Website at

<a href="http://www.copyright.gov/carp/114/reply/comments.html">
http://www.copyright.gov/carp/114/reply/comments.html </a>


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* CALENDAR *

May 6: Due date for requests to participate in roundtable
discussion on notice and recordkeeping for use of sound
recordings under statutory license (67 FR 18148)

May 10: Roundtable discussion on notice and recordkeeping
for use of sound recordings under statutory license (67 FR
18148)

July 1: Beginning of 60-day period when, in the absence of a
license agreement, a party with a significant interest in
establishing reasonable terms and rates for certain
statutory licenses may file a petition to initiate a rate
setting proceeding (67 FR 4472)

October 7: Initiation date should arbitration proceedings be
necessary in adjustment of rates and terms for noncommercial
educational broadcasting compulsory license

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