Lawmakers Hear Complaints About Internet Radio Fees

Members of Congress expressed reluctance to intervene in a raging conflict over new Internet radio fees scheduled to take effect in scarcely two weeks, saying they hope Webcasters and the record industry can work things out. The controversial fee decision by U.S. copyright judges earlier this year has prompted opponents -- including large and small Webcasters, independent artists and record labels, public radio stations and listeners -- to lobby for relief from Congress.

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