Congressional panelist breaks down music copyright with puppets

Kevin Erickson.
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If you don't understand the breakdown of payment in the music industry, scratch your head no longer. Kevin Erickson, director of the music advocacy nonprofit Future of Music Coalition, brought an array of puppets to a congressional luncheon to break down the infamously convoluted music copyright laws.

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