By all accounts, Internet-based radio programming is booming in popularity. But its future is in question, as some webcasters predict that royalty demands by the recording industry will be so costly they’ll shut down many sites. We’ll take a look at the debate and at who’s on what side.

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  • Jay Rosenthal legal counsel for the Recording Artists Coalition
  • Jonathan Potter executive director of the Digital Media Association

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