In a recent interview with NPR musician/songwriter Black Morgan expressed his thoughts and concerns about Pandora’s constant attempts to reduce royalty payments.
“I have a new record coming out — most people have new records coming out,” he says. “These are things that we’ve worked on for months, if not years, and we’re not looking to be paid unfairly. We’re simply looking for a fair working wage for the music that we make.”
Pandora co-founder Tim Westergren sent out emails to musicians trying to get them behind Pandora’s attempts to even the rates between terrestrial and Internet radio. Morgan wrote back to Westegren furious: “He cashes in a million dollars of stock every month on the first of the month and he’s done so over the same 14-month period that recording artists like me earned $15.75.”
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