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CRBCertified Residential Broker
CRBCommodity Research Bureau (finance)
CRBCriminal Records Bureau (UK)
CRBCarbon
CRBCopyright Royalty Board (Library of Congress)
CRBCertified Real Estate Brokerage Manager
CRBCrawfordsville (bus stop; Amtrak statcion code; Crawfordsville, IN)
CRBCross Roller Bearing (various companies)
CRBCollectif des Radios Blues (French: Blues Radio Collective; various locations)
CRBCredit Reference Bureau (various locations)
CRBCentres de Ressources Biologiques (French: Biological Resource Centers)
CRBCalifornia Research Bureau
CRBChabab Riadhi Belouizdad (Algerian football club)
CRBCentre de Recherche Budo (French: Budo Research Center; martial arts)
CRBChairman Railway Board (India)
CRBComité de la Réglementation Bancaire (French: Committee on Banking Regulation)
CRBCramer-Rao Bound
CRBCorporate Risk and Broking
CRBCroix-Rouge de Belgique (French: Belgian Red Cross)
CRBCentrale Raad voor het Bedrijfsleven (Belgium)
CRBCenter for Responsible Business (various organizations)
CRBCountry Radio Broadcasters, Inc.
CRBColumbia River Basin
CRBControl and Robotics (various schools)
CRBCentre de Recherche Berbère (French: Berber Research Center)
CRBCivilian Review Board
CRBCome Right Back
CRBColumbia River Basalt
CRBCenter for Reproductive Biology (various locations)
CRBChange Review Board
CRBClube de Regatas Brasil (Brazilian soccer club)
CRBClinical Review Board
CRBContract Review Board
CRBCertification Review Board
CRBCylindrical Roller Bearing(s)
CRBCapital Region BOCES (Board of Cooperative Educational Services)
CRBClassification Review Board
CRBConservation Review Board (Canada)
CRBCentre Réparation Bobinage (French: Winding Repair Center)
CRBCommunity Resource Board
CRBCitizen's Review Board
CRBConcurrent Routing and Bridging (Cisco)
CRBCréations Réalisations Barbecues (French: Authoring Barbecues)
CRBCertification/Registration Body
CRBClark Realty Builders (Virginia)
CRBCentral Registered Body (UK)
CRBCole, Raywid & Braverman, LLP (Washington, DC)
CRBCentre de Recherche du Bouchet (French: Bouchet Research Center)
CRBCost Review Board
CRBCollectif Redessinons Broussais (French: Collective Redraw Broussais; hospital)
CRBCenter for Regenerative Biology (University of Connecticut)
CRBCentral Review Board
CRBClock Reference Board
CRBConfiguration Review Board
CRBClub Rétromobile du Berry (French car club)
CRBCharles River Broadcasting
CRBCriminal Registration Branch (police incident code; New Zealand)
CRBCheap Reloading Bastard
CRBColombian Rainbow Boa (herpetoculture)
CRBCrumbs, Drosophila
CRBCampaign for Real Beauty (Dove)
CRBCommon Readers' Bookshop (various lists of books)
CRBContent Review Board
CRBCommand Review Board
CRBCertification Record Brief
CRBCarrier Review Board
CRBCapital Review Board (various organizations)
CRBCapillary Refill Brisk
CRBChemistry Review Branch
CRBCustomer Records and Billing (telecommunications industry)
CRBCentral Recording Building
CRBComposite Rotor Blade
CRBCold Refreshing Beverage
CRBConcerns Resolution Board
CRBConcrete Roadside Barrier
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To be clear, noncommercial stations are not covered by this license being offered by GMR to RMLC members, as public performance royalties for noncommercial broadcasting are set by the Copyright Royalty Board. Those stations should also discuss their obligations for royalties under the CRB decision with their counsel, Oxenford says.
The risk "is real" that publisher rates go higher per the existing Copyright Royalty Board ruling and SensorTower data shows that competition at the country level is far more intense than suggested by global aggregates, the analyst said.
The Copyright Royalty Board (CRB), consisting of three administrative judges appointed by the Librarian of Congress, establishes rates for sound recording performance rights for distributors such as satellite radio and non-interactive streaming services like Pandora.
Pandora pays rates based on direct license agreements in some cases, and it pays rates set by the Copyright Royalty Board in other cases.
In 2004, the Copyright Royalty and Distribution Reform Act replaced a system of Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panels that relied on professional arbitrators with a new agency, the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB), that utilized full-time personnel to determine "reasonable terms and rates of royalty payments" for various copyrighted works.
The Copyright Royalty Board's decision will require those services to pay 15.1 percent of their revenue to the songwriters and publishers, up from 10.5 percent.
In her battle with the music labels, in which she was criminally charged, she managed to get a reasonable order for royalties from the CRB (Copyright Royalty Board)."
(7) This statutory provision prohibits the rate-setting court charged with determining a reasonable royalty rate for musical works (paid to songwriters and their publishers) from taking into consideration the much higher sound-recording royalties (paid to labels and recording artists) set by the Copyright Royalty Board (CRB).
The FPFPA would also establish some baseline fees that various different types of stations would pay, dependent in part on the "quality and nature" of the use and "the degree to which use of the service may substitute for or may promote the use of phonorecords by consumers." These rates would ultimately be set by a Copyright Royalty Board, applying a variety of different factors, including application of the "willing buyer/willing seller" standard used to set webcasting rates.
Choudhury is preparing SoundExchange's case on behalf of recording artists and labels for the Copyright Royalty Board proceeding to decide royalty rates that webcasting services such as Pandora and iHeartRadio will pay from 2016 through 2020.
In such a context, the role of institutions such as the Canadian Copyright Board or the US Copyright Royalty Board is to act as surrogates for competitive markets by determining, based on the best evidence possible, what the competitive price or compensation formula would be.
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