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Issue 469 - October 16, 2012 

Licensing Division Launches Online Cable Statement Pilot

On September 27, 2012, the Licensing Division achieved an important milestone in its re-engineering effort: we launched the first pilot of our new online royalty statement of account system. This launch provides our stakeholders and the division the first opportunity to use webMethods software to test the filing of cable royalty statements of account. Many people have visited the division since the launch and participated in hands-on testing and validation of the system, providing helpful feedback regarding the system's design and performance. We would like to hear from even more people. If you would like to visit the Licensing Division to see the new system, please contact Tracie M. Coleman, at [email protected] or (202) 707-8150.


Calendar

October 19, 2012

Due date for additional comments on remedies for small copyright claims

October 24, 2012

Due date for reply comments on proposed regulation on verification of statements of account submitted by cable operators and satellite carriers

October 25, 2012

Due date for comments on proposed amendments to proposed regulations governing reporting of statements of account under the section 115 license

November 2, 2012 Public symposium on Section 108 Reform at Columbia Law School in New York City
November 5, 2012

Due date for comments on issues that may be encountered when considering a federal resale royalty in the United States

November 15 and 16, 2012 Public meeting in New York City on remedies for small copyright claims
November 26, 2012

Due date for reply comments on proposed amendments to proposed regulations governing reporting of statements of account under the section 115 license

November 26 and 27, 2012

Public meeting in Los Angeles on remedies for small copyright claims

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