Music Stars Take Copyright Fight To U.S. As Revenue Tops $10 Billion

"Music, video and other artists are earning a record $10 billion in royalties a year — but they are not letting up on their fight for a fairer share of digital income. The worldwide publishing group Cisac, which released the figure today, hailed European plans for copyright reform that were approved in April and urged the government in the U.S., the largest music market, to follow suit and ensure that services such as YouTube pay more to creators."